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Where abouts is the Nissan Pulsar X1 filler plug for the gear box so i can check fluid level.

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It's located on the side of the case about center. The drain plug is under the cv-axle.

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  1. The transmission temperature must be between 30°C and 50°C before checking can begin. Use the DIS or the MODIC to determine the transmission temperature.
  2. The vehicle must be level and without load. With the engine running, switch on the air conditioning. This will increase the idle speed and ensure that all oil passages in the transmission are filled with oil.
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