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Where/how do I fill transm. fluid in a 1990 vanagon transmission?

I have a 1990 volkswagen vanagon, and need to find were the transmission fluid goes in....i cannot find a diagram on line...can anyone give me a clue? (embarrassing!)

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There is a 17 mm alenhead on the side of the trans dr. side i think.

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