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Checking gear box levels

How many gear box levels do you check

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You have to check the main transmission and the transfer box which is on the rear of the transmission. also check the levels on the diferentials while you are under the car. be carefull not to lossen the wrong bolt on the transmission or you could end up dropping your reverse gear. This work is not expensive it is worth going to your local repair shop , to have a level check and topup. this could avoid an expensive mistake.

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