yes, tranny fluid dipstick is back against the firewal on the passenger center of the engine bay. it should look like it has a cap on the tube.
good point but at least you get the 5 speed i have to ride down the highway at 3500-4000 rpm and the engine roaring haha.>>they quoted me at 140 to do the job...<<
Yeah, but lucky you gets to use the common cheap fluid! For her/his car, they are going to need the expensive fluid. A reasonably priced place like autohaus is $15 per liter with free shipping and you should be prepared with 8 bottles. That is $120 plus the filter and gasket kit at $25ish. You are already up to $145 just for parts, not including a new lock clip, required dipstick, infrared thermometer, ramps, etc. The first time you do it yourself on a 722.605, you don't save a whole lot of money but you do have a few items useful for the next time plus other projects (thermometer, dipstick, ramps).