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Where do i put gear oil into geo storm 5speed

Where do you fill the gear oil on a geo storm 5speed

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SOURCE: where to fill gear oil in manual 5 speed 1990 geo lsi

It should be the same place as a 1991 Metro, on the back side of the transaxle there is a plug that takes a 15/16 wrench to remove. the plug faces the drivers side tire. If oil drips out when you remove the plug it is full. Otherwise use your finger to see if you can touch the oil. Fill with some type of syringe. jeb

Posted on Jan 23, 2009

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SOURCE: how would you get a stripped fill plug off a 5speed geo tracker gearbox?

if its a gear box plug, you can tack weld a nut to the plug and remove the plug via the nut. It is far enough away from components to not get damaged by heat. If you dont have a welder then try using JB weld and a nut. If the plug is for a ratchet then use a bolt instead of a nut. Purchase new plug.

Posted on Jul 09, 2012

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