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Should there be a square hole under the transmission?

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Is it a small hole in the front of the tranny where it connects to the engine block? can you see the flex plate? if so it is suppose to be there but there should be a cover over it.

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There is a fill plug on the side if the transmission, you must get under the car to see it, it is a pipe threaded plug, it should be a 3/4 pipe plug, it will be either an Allen recessed head plug or a square drive standard pipe plug. To check the level pull the plug, put you pinkie finger in the hole, the transmission lube should be just below the threads of the plug in the transmission case. If the fluid needs to be topped off it uses ATF type DEXRON VI, (replaced all earlier DEXRON types) yes manual transmissions uses ATF also.

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Hi, I have read your answer to toping up the GearBox Oil on my, 1998 Daewoo Leganza SX manual transmission, But still cannot find the Filler Hole?


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The filler hole is on the side of the transmission, you could distinguish the hole by the screw plug.
The screw plug is sometimes a square screw or a square hole, it's near the left side axle shaft.
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if this truck has a manual transmission you will need to jack the truck up and put on jack stands and go under truck and on the right side of the transmission you will see a check plug that has a square head remove the plug and fill with 80w-90 gear lube till it starts coming out the check hole.

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there is a plug not a dip stick. drive the car on ramps,block the wheels and lets begin.slid under look for the passenger drive axle were it goes into the trans.right below the axle is the fill plug.it is a 5/16 square hole,u can buy the tool # DW260 -070.or do what i did and make my own,take a 5/16 peace of key stock and a 6 inch long 3/8 drive extension a grinder and a file.us the key stock as a templet and machine the extension down to size and there u go ready to work

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Where is transmission dipstick located?


Not all vehicles are equipped with a dispstick, if you had one you would see it under the hood. Looks like oil dispstick, may be black or red. If you don't see one, then you have to lift car up, go underneath to tranny, you will see an upper plug with a square in it that fits 1/2" drive ratchets, Remove the plug, stick your finger in the hole. The fluid level should be right at the bottom of that fill hole.

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If it is an automatic, I'm sure you can see the yellow dip stick under the hood, if its a manual.........you will have to jack the car up, and you will see two bolts on the side of the transmission, some have bolts, some have square holes, and some have allen key bolts, non the less, you will see two of them, one on the side about half way up, and one on the bottom for draining. The purpose of this is that when you take the one off of the side, if no fluid comes out, you can add some until it starts to dribble out, the hole is the full mark for lack of better terms. Hope that helps. If you have the square holes, a socket extension for a ratchet fits great....

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