Question about Holden Cars & Trucks
There should be a high and drain plug on the side, you can take a plastic zip tie and bend it at a 90 angle insert into the upper hole and check the level, im not sure but I believe it should be no more than 5mm below the opening of the fill hole, a large expoxy syringe and a length of rubber hose make a fine and non messy way to fill it, make sure you dont use two different fluids in the gear box, e.g. brand name vs factory could cause damage
Posted on Dec 13, 2014
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