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Remove the speedometer cable and driven gear from the transaxle case. Wipe the gear clean and reinsert it. Pull it out again there is a small tab on the driven gear, there is a notch on the tab full in the first indentation and below the tab add fluid.
if i knew what a festiva was i would tell you ,but never seen this vehicle ,if its a front wheel drive car then it should be easy enough ,undo the big nut in the middle of the wheel then jack it up both sides so the antiroll bar is slack then remove the wheel and the track rod end ,big hammer on the side of the housing does this but leave the nut a few threads in case you miss with the hammer.remove the brake caliper so the pipes are not pulled,then undo the lower track control arm from the steering unit and the out side end can then be pulled free from the hub .then check the indie of the shaft as some just pull out but some like a renault have a dowel pin .dont forget to drain the gearbox first as when the shaft is pulled out the oil will pour out
is it automatic or manual most likly you have to remove speedo and fill up by the hole with a long funnel or under car a plug like a square hole or a square block sticking out that is loosend with a rachett or wrench fill untill the oil leaks out then put the plug in
If you look at the transmission, you will find a drain plug on the bottom, look for a similar plug on the side of the transmission, take out plug and if oil is at the bottom of side plug hole, trans is full, if not refill here until oil is running out of hole, reinstall plug.