2011 Kia Sedona - Looking for plugs

Where is transmission oil input plug or location

I’m presuming this car has an automatic transmission. If so, that info should be in your owner’s manual, or possibly on a sticker on the under-side of the hood. Note that on some car designs, the transmission fill isn’t easily accessible, thinking is that only a shop with shop equipment would do it.

If you don’t have the owner’s manual, you can probably download a pdf electronic version from the Kia website.

A lot of them now are underneath by the axle and the car may need to be level and the fluid at a certain temp. A lot of them don’t have dip sticks so I don’t fool with them anymore and just take it in. But yeah see what the manual says and don’t listen to Manuel. :grinning:

Tester

transmission dipstick found under the hood, in the engine compartment. In vehicles with front-wheel drive, the dipstick will usually be found sticking out of the transaxle, and in most cases is toward the front of the engine

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