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Cant find where to add gear oil in my 95 swift. found what i think is the plug, but unable to get oil in...just comes back out.

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The fill plug is on the LHS of the diff casing just rearwards of where the LH drive shaft exits the gearbox. The box should be filled to this level and is about 1.6 - 1.7 litres.

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