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Frank where is the gear oil filler plug on manuanl transmissin.

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Would like to know where the top up plug for my gear oil is and if there is a dip stick manual proton savvy bt 2006


Manual Transmissions don't have dip sticks.

2. Manual gearboxes have a drain and filler plug. The filler plug is usually found in an accessible position on one side of the gearbox which has to be accessed from under the vehicle.

To top up the gearbox the car has to be perfectly level so if you need to add oil to the gearbox you ideally need to get the car up on a garage hoist/lift so you can both access the filler plug easily, remove it and pump in the fresh gear oil. The usual correct oil level on these gearboxes is level with the bottom section of the filler plug opening in the gearbox. However you should check with the proton service staff on the correct procedure for topping up the manual gearbox in your car.

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Transmision oil for Audi A4 (1.8, 1.8T, 1.9 TDI):
Manual gearbox (5 speed):
- Capacity = 2,25 liters
- Specification: Gear oil SAE 75 W 90 (synthetic oil)
Part number G 052 145 S2 (1 liter)
- To check oil level, unscrew oil filler plug placed on the left side of the gearbox in front and near of transmission axle, using an Allen 17 mm key.
- Check oil level with locally manufactured tool, e.g. a piece of angled wire.
- Specification: oil level 7 mm below bottom edge of oil filler hole.
- Install oil filler plug, tightening torque = 25 Nm.

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Change gearbox oil


take out the bottom drain plug and catch the oil in a pan. replace the plug and remove the filler plug about the middle 1/2 way up the side of the box. Use appropriate oil tool or extend the plastic hose of the oil bottle and squeeze in enough oil so that it drains back out the filler hole . This is the correct level for oil in a gear box.. Replace the filler plug

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1992 Nissan Sentra E, 1.6 liter, 4 spd. manual trans., cant get filler plug loose for gear oil


Use more pressure, more elbow grease, put more force on it, use a bigger wrench or ratchet. Make sure its indeed the filler plug.

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I have a 1993 Dodge Dakota 4wheel drive and cant find the filler plug on the transmillion. I have found 2 plugs on back of the transfer case. Will this be the filler plugs? What kind of oil do I refi


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TOP UP GEARBOX OIL


Assuming you are talking about a standard transmission you have to locate the filler plug on the side of the transmission. Remove the plug. Most gear oil bottles have a long tube neck, simply insert neck into filler hole and squese bottle until gear oil comes out of hole. Any auto supply store can recomend the proper oil for your vehicle.

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What trans fluid is in 84 nissan pickup manual trans


No transmission fluid are ever used in manual transmissions.
Gear oils are used. And the specification is:
Gear Oil 80/90W

You would need to park the truck on a level ground in order to do this job.
Remove the filler-plug on the side of the gearbox, and using a hand-pump or a rubber hose, fill the gearbox with the specified oil. Once the gear oil starts to flow out through the side filler-plug, stop! The required quantity is reached.
Replace the filler-plug and start the car to check for leak.
Be careful so you don't accidentally get unwanted item in the bearbox.

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Were does the transmission fluid filler tube located it is a manual tranny


there is no filler tube... a manual trans has a gear box and takes gear oil. The trans is sealed tight. it will have a drain and a filler plug. not recommended for the faint of heart to attempt. most oil change places can do this for you at minimal cost... $100 maybe. or if you are confident you can do it for about an hours labor... and about 2 quarts of gear oil. Check your manual for oil thickness and amount. Good Luck!

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Where do i put the differential gear oil


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  1. Before changing or inspecting oil, be sure to stop engine and lift vehicle horizontally.
  2. With vehicle lifted up, check leakage. If leakage exists, correct it. NOTE: Whenever vehicle is hoisted for any other service work than oil change, also be sure to check for oil leakage.
  3. Remove oil filler plug (2).
  4. Remove drain plug (1), and drain old oil.
  5. Apply sealant to thread of drain plug (1), and tighten it to specified torque.Tightening torque Differential oil drain plug a: 23 Nm (2.3 kg-m, 17.0 ft. lbs.)
  6. Pour new specified oil until oil level reaches bottom of oil filler plug hole (3) as shown in figure. NOTE:
    • Hypoid gear oil must be used for differential.
    • It is highly recommended to use API GL-5 80W-90 gear oil.
Differential oil specification: API GL-5 (For SAE classification, refer to viscosity chart [A] in figure.)

Differential oil capacity (Reference): 0.9 - 1.1 liters (1.9/1.6 - 2.3/1.9 US/Imp. pt.)

  1. Apply sealant to thread of level / filler plug, and then tighten it to specified torque. A: Sealant 99000-31260SUZUKI Bond No.1217G Tightening torque Differential oil level / filler plug b: 23 Nm (2.3 kg-m, 17.0 ft. lbs.)

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