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Old 04-17-2011, 08:33 PM   #1
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Looks like just a short dip stick. I wonder why they decided to make it so short. Mabe to save money.
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Ya not sure I happened to see a few people complaining there was no way to check so I went through the manuals
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I wonder if they could have made this a little easier
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This topic has come up multiple times here, either directly or indirectly, since the new trucks came out in 2009. Here is one such link from last year and the scan from the owner's manual:


http://www.f150forum.com/f38/checking-trans-fluid-57558/
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stupid question i know but what is the best was to check the transmission fluid in my 08 f150 xl 4.6 i checked it first thing in the morning after letting it warm up for about 5 minutes some help would be nice

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Yet this post allows users the ability to do a check I don't see your point


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This topic has come up multiple times here, either directly or indirectly, since the new trucks came out in 2009. Here is one such link from last year and the scan from the owner's manual:


http://www.f150forum.com/f38/checking-trans-fluid-57558/
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Default tranny fluid i know i already posted this

stupid question i know but what is the best was to check the transmission fluid in my 08 f150 xl 4.6 i checked it first thing in the morning after letting it warm up for about 5 minutes some help would be nice

by the way im new to this forum and dont know how to check ya'lls replies so if you can please do i private emial that would be great.


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Look at the capture from the book above
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Mine is an 08 and has a dipstick you can get by popping the hood
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