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Check fluid in auto tranny on 2001 daewoo

For all of you certified mechanics pay close attention!!! One guy says pull dipstick.You bet! Does he think everybody is an idiot? After I say there is a removable plug half way up on the front he says it's a drain plug.Then another certified grease monkey says it's a sealed unit!!! Ya right!! The removable plug was put in there to increase traction!!! All I wanted to know was if the oil should run out when the plug was removed.The owners manual says take to dealer.Where in the USA is there a Daewoo dealer? Forget it. I'll use my own discretion.

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    mike loshbough May 11, 2010

    if checked when running the answer is no

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GMC are daewoo masters and any opel or gm dealer should be able to help .Now this greasy smelly individual who studied more years at college than a doctor or a ambulance chaser of a thieving solicitor ,6yrs in fact MOTOR VEHICLE TECHNICIAN ,CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON .INSTITUTE OF THE MOTOR INDUSTRY ,FORMER ASSOCIATE MEMBER OF THE INSTITUTE OF ROAD TRANSPORT ENGINEERS (uk) Now a member of the illustrious collegio of engineros technicos (valencia) spain .Which means that people like you cant evan change the size of the tyres on your car unless i sign the right piece of paper and that only if its been homoglonised with the EEC .So what this plug half way up ?? if its half way up then its not a drain plug is it ?? What are you trying to check anyway the gearbox oil level ??on a manual gearbox .Or if your stateside then you wouldnt know what a manual gearbox is would you ,because everyone knows that americans only have automatics because they cant drive a manual-- because ??? well never mind ,

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