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Old 31 Aug 2009, 09:45 am
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Default Correctly reading the ATF level on CRV 2002

I recently serviced my 2002 CRV at the authorized dealer shop.
The transmission fluid got changed, and after 2 weeks I decided to check the fluid level to make sure it was good.
I followed the owners manual instructions: drove the car for 10 minutes, parked it on level surface and shut off the engine.
the fluid level reached the lower marking on the dip stick. The book says it needs to be between the low and high marks.
Does this mean they haven't filled up enough fluid ? (I don't see any oil stains on the ground in my car garage).
Should I take the car back to the shop (its 20 miles drive) or is it not advised to drive the car at this point?
Please advise as I;m not sure what is the correct action to take.
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