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Old 01-28-2012, 10:48 AM
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Is this a Dealer item, checking the level?

Since there isn't a Dip stick, how do you check it?

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at the lower left corner of this page is a list of "Things You Can Do"
click "get the service manuals"
select the model & year
see page MA-22 for transmission fluid level check procedure
it's easy to do, but the instructions are very specific - be sure to follow them carefully
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Default There Isn't a dip stick Or filler tube

Look at the model year, I ask about it is 2007 model.

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Look at the model year, I ask about it is 2007 model.

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follow these steps:
1) see where at the lower left corner of this page is a list of "Things You Can Do"?
2) click "get the service manuals"
3) select the model & year
4) go to the "maintenance" section
5) see page MA-22 for transmission fluid level check procedure
6) it's easy to check the level, but the instructions are very specific - be sure to follow them carefully

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Default I have the manual MA-22and it Doesn't

It says , you need some type of filler adaptor
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The dipstick is on the passenger side of the engine compartment. It has a black top with a silver sticker on it. It is held in with a bolt with a 10mm head.
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(The dipstick is on the passenger side of the engine compartment. It has a black top with a silver sticker on it. It is held in with a bolt with a 10mm head.)

Thank You, I Really didn't understand, Till you said where it was. I was told , that there wasn't a way to check the tranny.

And at my age, Ha, I am a little slow, but I get there , just takes more time.

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It says , you need some type of filler adaptor
sorry i couldn't get back to you last night regarding the dip-stick location
glad mpe235 was able to help
were you able to get the level checked OK?
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Ok yes, It finally soaked in. Very easy, when you understand it, Ha.

Thanks for all your inputs, I am just slow , I suppose.
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