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(... and you need to know how much was drained in order to add the same amount back because there is no dipstick).

There might be some kind of dipstick available. It doesn't hurt to poke around the internet to see what you can find.

For example, my Sprinter doesn't have a tranny dipstick. But the dealer has dipsticks they use to check the level. They have two - one to check a hot tranny and one to check cold. These are available out in the wild - it's virtually impossible to keep things like this under wraps for long.

Check enthusiast web sites for your particular vehicle, and take a look around Amazon or eBay.

I agree with PSU - sealed transmissions are only sealed until a seal fails or a bolt comes loose.

--Peter
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