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Do not know hot to add transmission oil onto 2005 Volkswagon Golf

Hello, I need you guys to tell me how to add transmission oil.

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    Chris Kieninger May 11, 2010

    is it an automatic or manual transmission?

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There is a cap on front low on trans but you have to pull drain plug don worry nothing will come out unless trans is already full if it needs fluid none will come out i am a vw tech and i know that sounds off the wall but it is true

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