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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Replace the automatic transmission fluid lines by jacking up the vehicle, draining the transmission fluid, removing the lines from the transmission and the radiator, and replacing them with new lines. The vehicle must be... More »

As the right transmission fluid for a car depends on its make and model, refer to the owner's manual that came with your car from the manufacturer to determine the right type to buy. Alternatively, query this information... More »

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To perform an automatic transmission flush, use the vehicle's transmission pump to simultaneously force the old transmission fluid out through the cooling lines, while drawing new fluid in through the dipstick tube. Have... More »

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To diagnose automatic transmission problems, check for a low transmission fluid level, which leads to poor shifting of a vehicle and gradually causes damage to the transmission, and check for leaks in the filler tube bas... More »

According to CarCareKiosk.com, transmission fluid for Volkswagen Jetta models 2005-2014 is added through the dipstick tube in the engine. Before adding the fluid, check the current fluid level to ensure that the addition... More »

To check the transmission fluid level, find the dipstick, remove it completely, and wipe it with a rag before pushing the dipstick back into the transmission all the way and removing it again. The point that the fluid re... More »