Checking the fluid level

Checking the fluid level

The automatic transmission fluid expands largely as its temperature rises; the fluid level differs according to fluid temperature. Therefore, there are two different scales for checking the level of hot fluid and cold fluid on the level gauge.

Though the fluid level can be checked without warming up the fluid on the “COLD” range, we recommend checking the fluid level when the fluid is at operating temperature.

Checking the fluid level when the fluid is hot

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  • Checking the fluid level

    Checking the fluid level

    Checking the fluid level

    Checking the fluid level

    Checking the fluid level

    Checking the fluid level

    Checking the fluid level

    Checking the fluid level

    Checking the fluid level

    Checking the fluid level

    Checking the fluid level

    Checking the fluid level

    Checking the fluid level

    Checking the fluid level

    Checking the fluid level

    Checking the fluid level

    Checking the fluid level

    Checking the fluid level

    Checking the fluid level

    Checking the fluid level

    Checking the fluid level

    Checking the fluid level

    Checking the fluid level