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Gear box dip stick location- hyundai lantra automatic

I have a 94 hyundai lantra and am trying to locate the gear box dip stick, can u help?

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Try the left side of the engine... gear oils smell are diffent from the engine oil and the viscosity... gear oils are thicker... u wont go wrong on this...

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