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What gearbox oil for a Mazda Demio

When engine gets hhotter gearbox starts to play up, Can't get gears sometimes, crunchy or then it can be fine.

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As long as we're talking about a manual transmission, just regular gear oil is all you need. You can find it at any parts store and many of the larger retail dept. stores. When filling, you'll likely have to fill it through the hole that your speedometer goes into, which can be a pain on some models, but manageable. Hope this helps and have a nice evening!

James

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