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Oil is driping from gear box only a little bit but warning lite is coming on when iam driving it .plus tried looking for bolt to beable to fill gear box fluild up

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Gearbox filler port is usually on the side of the trans about half way up. It only gets filled up to that point. The fitting looks like a plug and takes a 3/8 or 1/2 inch ratchet to open.

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go under your transmission and look for a hexagonal nut or plug at the very bottom of the transmission or gear box.
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then after you drain all the oil, replace it and tighten it too.

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