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There is nothing you can do about it. The gearbox need to be opened up and the gear clusters inside must be serviced. To fill it up go to a spare part dealer who will know what type of oil is used for every type of vehicle. Crawl underneath your vehicle and look for a plug with a (usually) square head on the side of the gearbox. Turn it out and fill it up until the oil starts running out of the hole. Replace the plug.
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