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Hi GJ, If the box is auto check the oil level in the box. You should do that with the park brake fully employed and the engine at idle speed with the selector in neutral. If the box is manual check the clutch adjustment, it should take about two and a half inches up from the floor. If the notchy change is only on one gear you may have a synchromesh cone problem and that means a box rebuild. Regards John
in the crankshaft gear there is a line should be possiond to the oil pump mark arrow and the top to gears the two marks must be in line together
left gear (i) - - (e) in the center intake and the exhust
is this the oil pressure light? if it is u will need to hook up a oil pressure mechanicaltestgauge and verify you have sufficient oil pressure, the light may be right, if it is you are going to burn the engine up.
a lot of times frontwheel drive transaxle gearboxs have the filler hole located where the speedo drive goes into the gear box so you remove that n then tip your oil in... in the workshop manual it will say theres a certain position to fill it to on the speedo drive so in fact the speedo drive is your dipstick..from the info ive got in front of me the transmission takes 75w-90 gear oil n 1.8 litres fill capacity