Is there any way to check the transmission fluid from underneath the hood on a pontiac grand am 2005 year model

Asked by Jul 06, 2015 at 01:11 AM about the 2005 Pontiac Grand Am SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 05 Pontiac grand am that
has a bad slipping in it. I think it
might be the transmission so I
wanted to check the fluid level but I
can't get to it from top of the hood
so I was wondering if there is an
easier way to do it like maybe from
underneath the hood maybe

2 Answers

18,510

There is no easy way there is a plug on the side of transmission it has to be removed and fluid will run out of this if transmission fluid is full.

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bullshit. you have to take your car to a mechanic and it has to be put up on a rack to c heck it. that is the only way. you can not get to it yourself and check it i work on cars and thats the only correct way to check it.

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