The factory does not supply a dipstick for the CVT in my car. I have read a few advisories that recommend most owners like me should not attempt to check the transmission fluid for a CVT. Anytime my car goes to the dealership the car disappears behind a wall to the shop where no customer may go.
Does the fluid level check for a CVT require a higher degree of care or skill than another type of automatic transmission?
I check all other vehicle fluids, and just feel annoyed that I can not do a preventive maintenance fluid level measure for the CVT.
And I enjoy the smooth acceleration of this car. So I don't want the tranny to get torn up for improper fluid level. The CVT transmission is configured for a 2008 Dodge Caliber, and manufactured by Jatco.