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Manual transmission fluid leak. Where do I find the fill hole

Manual transmission fluid leak. Where do I find the fill hole on a 2003 Jeep wrangler sahara?

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Check passenger side of transmission - it is a 3/8 ext that will fit the bolt - does not really look like a regular fill hole -

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Fig. 1: Be sure to select the proper API quality classification and SAE viscosity grade of engine oil (10W-30)


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Fig. 1: Manual transmission fill and drain hole plugs

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