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How to check transmission fluid level in 1999 pontiac gran am 2.4

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how to check transmission fluid level in 1999 pontiac gran am 2.4

 

Fluid must be checked from underneath on level ground & at engine operating temperature.....

 

Here is procedures

 

 

 

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Customer: replied 6 years ago.
is the transmission plug for number4 of step one the same as the fluid level screw in the diagram

 

 

sorry for the delay.........tornado

 

Yes
Transmission Plug = Fluid Level Screw

 

 

 

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Customer: replied 6 years ago.
do you know how many quarts it holds

 

 

Transmission Fluid
Pan Removal 6.5L (6.9 Qt)
Overhaul 9.0L (9.5 Qt)
Dry 12.2L (12.9 Qt)

 

Transmission Fluid Type
Type DEXRON III or Equivalent

 

 

 

Customer: replied 6 years ago.
does cl stand for center left and when they say left is that as you are standing in front of the car?

CL = Center Left

Typically it is from the Driver Seat, but on this, it is viewed from the Torque Converter / bell housing

 

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