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You didn't say whether auto or manual transmission? I believe an auto fluid level must be checked using diagnostic equipment, from what I have heard, and the vehicle manufacturer seems to have a habit of fitting a level plug in the manual transmissions but require filling to be done through the breather. Apologies in advance if I have that wrong. I have experience of Vauxhall/Opel GM models but not of the Frontera so far...
thats a relay thats is not working propperly, must be replaced to fix the problem, just go to your dealiship and ask for a turn indicator relay for your model and ask your part sales man to show you where is located, if not...just follow that click... have fun