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Old 11-22-2008, 04:16 AM
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Check Transmission Fluid Level

I just purchased a slightly used 2008 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 4 X 4. Can anyone tell me how to check the transmission fluid level? There is no dipstick, and the manual simply says the trans is "factory filled" and doesn't need to be checked.

Also, what about checking the fluid level in the transfer case? Anyone know the capacity of the transfer case, and the type of fluid to use? I assume changing the transfer case fluid is a pretty simple job.

Thanks in advance for any insights you can offer!
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No, no dipstick on the tranny. I guess if it don't leak, it's full!
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