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Gearbox oil How many litres of gear box oil does it take

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    howabout galant 1.8 manual gearbox, how many Liters? cheers

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Manual gearbox takes 2.4 litres of 75-80 w grade gearbox oil.
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It would depend on what Transmission u have, Auto or Man
I presume you mean manual when u say gear oil not trans fluid ,

But just in case you can Have a look in the suzuki owners forum for an exact volume of gearbox oil capacity
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Try draining it into container to get some idea

Posted on Jun 18, 2008

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