Where do you put transmission fluid in a Chrysler 300?
Also to know is, what kind of transmission fluid does a Chrysler 300 take?
CARQUEST® Chrysler ATF+4 Fluid is recommended for use in all transmissions, hydraulic systems, and power steering units manufactured by American, European, Korean, Japanese and other manufactures from around the world specifying Chrysler ATF+4, ATF+3 or ATF+2 Type Fluids.
Subsequently, question is, how much is a transmission for a Chrysler 300? Know what price you should pay to get your vehicle fixed. The average cost for a Chrysler 300 automatic transmission diagnosis is between $88 and $111. Labor costs are estimated between $88 and $111.
Furthermore, where is the transmission fluid located?
Locating Your Transmission Fluid Dipstick In rear-wheel-drive vehicles, it is usually toward the rear of the engine. In vehicles with front-wheel drive, the dipstick will usually be found sticking out of the transaxle, and in most cases is toward the front of the engine.
What kind of transmission fluid do I need?
|Car Make||Transmission Fluid Type|
|Ford Mercury Lincoln||Mercon V|
|Ford (DuratecHE) MAZDA (Europe / Asia)||Mercon LV|
|GM Toyota (pre-2004)||Dexron VI|
|All Honda (except CVT) Acura (except CVT)||ATF DW-1|