transmission fluid on 2005 Cadillac CTS

need to drain transmission fluid I am DIY person....where do i replace fluid and has 78k miles with no problems. thanks dumbblund

by in Pearland, TX on October 05, 2010
2 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by on October 06, 2010
You will have to remove the transmission pan and only replace the fluid that drains out. After you replace the pan, you will have to remove a plug on the side of the transmission to check the fluid level with the vehicle running. The fluid should be even with the bottom on the plug hole. You have 100,000 mile fluid so it should be ok if you only have 78,000 miles. Your car has a transmission fluid life indicator that should tell you when the fluid needs to be replaced.
COMMENT by on November 20, 2010
Is this for an automatic or manual?
ANSWER by on November 29, 2010
Anon is right, on late model caddilac rear wheel drive vehicles, the transmission has to be drained and filled form underneath on both manual and automatic transmissions.
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