What does fluid temp have to do with level?  You can get a dipstick, it’s 
actually a braided wire kind of thing. I got one for the 99 ML. 

What are those codes?

--FT
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> On Aug 12, 2019, at 9:56 PM, clay via Mercedes <mercedes@okiebenz.com> wrote:
> 
> The Jeep Grand Jalopy owned by #1 boy seems to be in limp mode.  This would 
> be a 2006 that did have some transmission service (cooler lines) done around 
> 7k miles ago.  He put the OBD II reader on the car and got a P0700 and p0513 
> codes.  This indicated something is remiss in the transmission area.
> 
> This being a Daimler Chrysler critter, the transmission is sealed and there 
> is no original dipstick or magic manner in which to probe for fluid temp.  
> Thus allowing one to know the actual fluid levels.  He does have the Dorman 
> overlong wire probe/dip stick, which he was able to read back a warm fluid 
> level.  I told him to find one of the BBQ Meat thermometer probes (the kind 
> with a leash) at wally world to fashion into a probe to insert into the ATF 
> tube.
> 
> Would anybody on list have access or know where to find the graph which 
> correlates the fluid temp to mm of fluid in the pan?   This would be a good 
> thing to make himself a kit for when he changes fluid and filter.
> 
> clay
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