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Re: Auto tranny fluid

On some models, the dealer has the dipstick - you can "rent" his.
On the newer models, there is a recessed plug in the bottom of the
transmission oil pan. You pull the plug, and if a few drips of oil come out,
the level is OK. If nothing comes out, you add oil through this handy
vertical hole until it drains out. If oil spews out, you've pulled the drain
plug by mistake.


Fred Munro
'94 S4  94k km

----- Original Message -----
From: "Tomas Leveckis" <tomas.leveckis@analog.com>
To: <quattro@audifans.com>
Sent: Monday, December 20, 1999 11:43 AM
Subject: Auto tranny fluid

> any BTDT on the 100CSQW automatic transmission fluid
> checking/changing???
> my 1st issue is that I go to check the fluid and instead of a dipstick,
> there's
> only a little plug ther.....what gives???
> also, the owners manual and all-data specify different amounts to put
> in....
> any feedback is as usual, gratly appreciated...
> Tom
> '92 100CSQW