Transmission fluid on 07 chry pacifica

Asked by Feb 16, 2017 at 11:18 PM about the 2007 Chrysler Pacifica Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 07 Chrysler Pacifica has been having
issues shifting (it's an automatic) and I'm
99.9% sure it needs fluid but I need to know
what kind of transmission fluid and how
much do I use as well as where to put it in.  
There is no dipstick and the repair shop
wants $100 just to check the fluid level
(highway robbery might be cuz I'm a
woman.)

2 Answers

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It is a non serviceable trans and cannot be checked at home. It must be taken to a dealership, the dipstick is a dealer only special tool and they use a trans computer scan tool to read temp,ect. You don't check it. it is a sealed case transmission under the hood where the dipstick should be is a cap that says dealer use only the computer will tell you how many miles remain before recommended service is due. I have heard that if doing the filter change to collect the fluid and measure it and add threw the dealer service only cap the same amount which should be between 4 & 5 quarts if there were no leaks and if there is leaks then without the service dipstick from dealer there is not way to tell how much to add back in and the type of fluid I do not know that answer.

If you find the same motor that has a dipstick you can use that dipstick to replace the cap. Also as far as transmission fluid it doesn't really matter although I feel Lucas oils are better

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