1998 Jag xj8l lost reverse, can not find where to check auto-trans fluid level

There is no dipstick on your tranmission. There is a fill plug that
needs to be removed to check the level once the trans fluid temp reaches
30-40 degrees C. When the fluid is full it will drip out of that fill
plug. The fill plug is the 8mm hex on the passenger rear of the trans

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Bike speed has several conditons discussable. Assuming that every components were to fucntion acording to manufacturer specification. The bike would acquire the designated capacity in horse powers from engine capacity, weignt balance, and suspention tire demarkations. Any malfucntion from componnet parts of the bike hinders acheiving manufacturers capacity specication. Howeever, a bikers expectations of the bike may least fall within the manufacturers specifications. Usually, observing the speedometer readings as measure of speed has display lags at start of gradings and at end of gradings for several perposes. First, the lag on the speedometer readings allows for warning displays also knwn as threshold areas. Once a bike is started, the speedometer pin should not be on zero exactly because the engines capacity is in motion. Once the biker accelerates at full speed until meter reaches final threasholds, the pin is expected not to lay still on the last maximum speed for several reasons. first, the maximum speed meter is usually capacity due to engine acceleration. Once on a slop, faster motion may result in a broken speedometer to attain an extensive readings.