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Hi i can find the nut to top up the gear box .
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is a plug on the end of the gearbox with a square hole in it this is the level and refill plug
fill up untill oil starts coming out of the filler
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
If you're not mecahnically minded, this isnt a job for you.
There is no filler cap for gearbox oil. The gearbox will have a level check plug, and a separte drain plug. Both will probably require a specific plug tool to remove (i.e. not just an ordinary spanner or socket), and can only be accessed from underneath the car.
Gearbox oil level has to be checked with the car level, so a garage will put the car on a lift so they can work underneath it. So, even if you jacked it up (never work under a car only supported by a jack ! Use ramps or axle stands as well) and could get at and undo the plugs, the car wont be level and therefore you wont put the correct amount of oil in.
Suggest you take it to a garage.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
Does the battery need changing on the key fob?
you can check by using you'r mobile phone cam & pointing the key fob (ultra violet bulb) at the lens when pressing the button, you should see the light flashing on the key fob looking through the camera, you can use any camera, most of them will see the light as it's out of our sight range but cameras pick it up.
If not then unscrew the key fob & split it carefully (use an old credit card not a knife or screwdriver) & change the battery.
If the fob work's then the problem is with the receiver, usually up by the rear view mirror.
Hope this help's !
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
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put the van on full lock to the left, look under the L/H wheel arch in front of the wheel, just in front of the drive shaft you will see a tin cover held on by 13mm headed bolts, on the back row the tin is cut away a little way up is a bigger bolt head (maybe 16mm) that is the fill plug.
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
you have to take off the speedometer cable/wiring harness from the top of the trans and fill it from there....one 10mm bolt...very awkward spot...it might be snug, so just take a flat head screwdriver from underneath to tap it loose...
Posted on May 14, 2010
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