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Bantam has Rocam engine.Also where is the filler and drain plug please.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
raise your car. make sure you have jack stand and use them before you crawl underneath.
go under your transmission and look for a hexagonal nut or plug at the very bottom of the transmission or gear box.
that is the drain plug. it is very tight , i warn you.
then after you drain all the oil, replace it and tighten it too.
then look for almost the same size of bolt at the side of the transmission or gear box.
this is the fill hole and at the same time the full hole plug.
if the new oil that you are putting in is already over flowing out of the hole, put back the plug right away because that is the full level already.
you can use a hose that would fit just through the hole and insert it to your new gear oil. then let it pass trough gravity towards the gear box.
tnx 4 using fixya,
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
half way-level- on front or side of gearbox,think its on the fifth gear housing behind wheel arch on this model ,round plug with a square drive in centre
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
SOURCE: Oil leak
A little more detail may help me on this one, however this sounds like possibly your power steering pipe? both these use auto trans fluid it is reddy brown in colour and viscosity (Thickness) watery.
If this is the pipe, check the fluid reservoir it should have either a Yellow top with power steering or a steering wheel diagram on it.
If full then please give me more information as to location on engine where pipe comes from and goes too as nowadays engine oil is usually internally dispersed. Only oil cooler pipes possibly? will go to a finned type radiator usually near the front grille of the vehicle.
I hope this points you in the right direction as I'm thinking of giving this help up as very hard to remain on top slot when loads of questions responded to and no replies.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
SOURCE: RAV4 Gearbox oil drain plug?
in the front? They are in the most god awful tightest place to get to. its a 24mm drain plug and you cant fit anything in there, very difficult. I can show instruction, but I hope you have a lift.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
put the van on full lock to the left, look under the L/H wheel arch in front of the wheel, just in front of the drive shaft you will see a tin cover held on by 13mm headed bolts, on the back row the tin is cut away a little way up is a bigger bolt head (maybe 16mm) that is the fill plug.
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
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