So clearly I think centimeters was intended so that would give 24. The dealers use Miller Special Tool 9366A. Guaranteed against defect in workmanship. The plug isn't tamper proof either. It is part number 9336A.
Surely an electronic sensor could have been added, linked to fluid temperature, for a few bucks. This is what effects the level measurement. If it is, no need to top up. All this temperature measurement fiasco is ridiculous. Breakage due to use of power tools voids your warranty. Because it may not have been correctly filled the last time.
I know that many transmission errors are as a result of incorrect fluid level. They were the only company who offered the part I was looking for to repair a tool. Below at the ebay link I found a 722. True, but it's not really sealed. I had wondered about that. I will be ordering one soon.
This info has been posted here before by several people, I'm adding this. Since the leak is bad I will not have a good guideline for refilling. Because it may not have been correctly filled the last time. Fast delivery service , correct part , excellent prices. I know that many transmission errors are as a result of incorrect fluid level.
Does this box have such a thing? There are also aftermarket dipsticks available or you could make your own. . Manufacturer drop ship; please email service toolsource. I don't like the idea of not being able to check my own transmission fluid. What's the real-world word on them? Something seem incorrect with the original post dimensions.
Mopar products on our site are shipped manufacturer direct and may take 48 hours to ship. Also used on 2005 Grand Cherokee vehicles. The plug isn't tamper proof either. I know, old habits die hard. Clearly marked level indicators allow for easy-to-read measurements. The mercury in a thermometer is trapped in a sealed tube. Since the leak is bad I will not have a good guideline for refilling.
As long as it is there, I have lots of fluid in my transmission. That's in my local driving conditions, which aren't that hot. Does anyone know how to identify the transmission. What's the real-world word on them? Why am I doing this, if there are no leaks?. I thought this reasonable considering. I got a used dipstick and pushed it in the filler tube on my 3.
Most people with the previous transmissions don't wait long enough for the transmission to warm up, which takes longer than the engine takes to warm up, when they check the fluid level. This is what effects the level measurement. Iwould rate this tool as a eight. Once you know that the level is right, monitoring from there should be fairly easy using whatever method that's available, even a home made dipstick. My ungrateful child introduced the transmission pan to some kind of curb and I will have to replace the pan, etc.
In a nutshell, I am dis-satisfied with the operation of this box. I will be ordering one soon. It was at the 70 cm mark 27. My aim is to check the level and if there is any doubt, then take it to the dealer for corrective action. Miller Special Tools makes a transmission dipstick that can be used for a lot of vehicles.
It has been at a dealer for evaluation, but I do not accept that dealer mechanics are infallible and could have missed something. But thanks for the links to the dipstick. Do not use power tools. This is what effects the level measurement. Frankly, it pisses me off that after having such a poor reputation with previous transmissions, that Chrysler removed the one piece of instrumentation on this box and now require you to leave the car at a dealer all day simply to get a fluid level checked.