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Refill the automatic transmission fluid on most vehicles by pulling the dipstick, inserting a long stem funnel in the dipstick tube, and adding the fluid. Only use the transmission fluid the manufacturer recommends, and ... More »

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Steps for replacing transmission fluid include loosening the bolts on the transmission pan, measuring the old fluid to determine how much new fluid is required, removing the used gasket, replacing the filter and adding t... More »

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New, clean transmission fluid has a translucent, bright red color. This color is achieved by adding the dye to the fluid for identification purposes. More »

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