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Need to refill clutch fluid

I was changing both cv axles and lost some clutch fluid. i want to refill but i dont know where to add the fluid

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You didnt lose clutch fluid. you lost transmission lube.

there shold be a fill plug on the front side of the transmission, about half way up the front face.

fill it until you see fluid dribble back out, than reinstall the bolt.

Posted on Apr 12, 2009

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The housing that the axles come out of is the transmission so if you lost fliud out of there, it's transmission fliuld if it's a manuel transmission you fill from the side of the transmission if it's an automatic transmission you fill it from under the hood in the dip stick tube good luck

Posted on Apr 12, 2009

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