Q: Where is the transmission fluid dipstick located on my 2017 Toyota Prado

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I could not locate dipstick for automatic transmission.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hello. Yout Toyota does not have a dip stick. Your vehicle is designed with a fill plug located in the transmission pan. The only way to add fluid is with a transfer pump and the correct adapter for the transmission fill port.

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