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Would like to know where the top up plug for my gear oil is and if there is a dip stick manual proton savvy bt 2006


Manual Transmissions don't have dip sticks.

2. Manual gearboxes have a drain and filler plug. The filler plug is usually found in an accessible position on one side of the gearbox which has to be accessed from under the vehicle.

To top up the gearbox the car has to be perfectly level so if you need to add oil to the gearbox you ideally need to get the car up on a garage hoist/lift so you can both access the filler plug easily, remove it and pump in the fresh gear oil. The usual correct oil level on these gearboxes is level with the bottom section of the filler plug opening in the gearbox. However you should check with the proton service staff on the correct procedure for topping up the manual gearbox in your car.

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Does a 2011 caddyTDi250 1.6 ltr need the gearbox oil changed when the vehicle has its regular service?its 5 speed manual gearbox,and is there a filter to be changed?


No but check with the dealer or your service/owner manual for the manufacturer recommended gearbox oil change periods.
There is no filter on the manual gearbox .
Whatever the manufacturer recommended period is for a gearbox oil change, change the gearbox oil twice as frequently as recommended to maintain it in good condition. If, for example, a change every 50000 miles is stipulated then do it every 25000 or so.

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The hurliman tractor 110 XT the tractor in question broke a cog in the gearbox and when fixing we found the backend is getting air through the oil and airaiting and sometimes putting oil out the dipstick


gearbox oil not serviced and got too thin
oil getting too hot ..check or fit external oil cooler
a seal may have been leaking
wrong oil
is there gearbox breather

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Refill manual gearbox with what oil?


gearbox oil grade SX75W/90 make is upto you

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The 4speed triptronic gearbox in my mitsubishi verada 2006model keeps jumping in and out of gears


Check gearbox oil.
Replace gearbox oil and gearbox oil filter, then retry.

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How do I put gearbox fluid in ? Where is the level glass? I have a 1997 mitsubishi magna


Gearboxes usually have no oil dipstick / looking glass. On the side of the gearbox there's a bolt with (brass) washer. This is where the gearbox oil goes. To check the level is to stick one finger in downwards, when there's no oil at this level its usually too low.

On the bottom of the gearbox there's a similar bolt with washer to drain the old oil. The bolt can be magnetic - and can look a bit like a mushroom. Tiny particles from the gears stick on there - this is normal. Large bits of metal can be a cause for concern.

Always use the specified gearbox oil - wrong oil makes changing gears hard.

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New clutch it's already install but still shift noising


Make sure there is enough transmission oil in the gearbox, without oil the synchro's cannot work so gearchanges will be slow and cumbersome. If filling the gearbox oil dosent help maybe you have gearbox damage - have the gearbox checked out.

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HOW DO I CHECK MY VW CITI COLF GEARBOX OIL LEVEL? 1.8 - 5speed


about halfway down the gearbox facing the radiator is an allen key take this off oil should come out if not top it up

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Gearbox oil


there is no dip stick for the gearbox oil..there is a little rubber cover on a little tube sticking out of the gearbox housing. remove the rubber cap and fill through there.

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Transmission


Well, I'm not sure. Try changing the gearbox oil and try again. I saw on the other postings that most Audi gearbox problems pointing to a gearbox swap can be solved through oil change. I just had mine changed and it has reduced sluggishness and shuddering at low temperatures (from cool engine). It's a special gearbox oil you need to get from Audi, by the way.

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