Where is the transmission fluid dip stick on a 1993 Eagle Talon?

by Guest2443  |  12 years, 10 month(s) ago

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Could you tell me that where is he transmission fluid dip stick on a 1993 Eagle Talon? Please!

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  1. James Augustus

    The motor strip, a band is installed running down the side of the frontal lobe of the brain for controlling all bodily and bowel movements. It is another term used for the Primary Motor Cortex. It is placed anterior to the central sulcus in most of the vehicles’ engines.
    The Eagle Talon is a sports coupe, manufactured between 1989 and 1999. It was a junction business project renowned as Diamond-Star Motors between Mitsubishi Motors and Chrysler Corporation of United States. In 1987 the Talon was traded under the name Eagle marque, a emblem conceived and constructed by Chrysler to contend with Japanese trades in the late 1980s after purchasing American Motors (AMC). Chrysler fallen the legacy line of AMC vehicles and renamed the distribution of Jeeps, the Medallion captive trade, as well as the new Premier, under freshly established Jeep-Eagle Division as a way to boost Jeep output and aim more cash on marketing. The new "Eagle trading umbrella" furthermore evolved versions of vehicles made by Diamond Star, encompassing the Talon sports coupe.[2] The other two sister forms were the Eclipse.

    The design of all three vehicles was built on the same platform. These cars were manufactured at the DSM plant in Normal, Illinois. If we compare all three vehicles we can find them mechanically identical with one another that include their engine, transmission, and drive train. Cosmetically, dissimilarities between the three were discovered in wheels, accessibility of colors, follow lights, front and back bumpers, and spoilers. The prime way to set up the persona of an Eagle Talon is its two-tone body hue - the 'greenhouse' (roof, pillars, and door-mounted mirrors) was habitually very dark despite of the body color.

  2. Guest4432505
    Looking down at the motor, it is on the lower left.. underneath the air intake. The k**b on the dip stick in white.

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