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Where do i put the gearbox oil in ford festiva 1994 model

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  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    how much transmission oil do I need to fill 1996

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    Completely pulled ditributor apart and don't know how to put back together

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Should be fill plug on front side of trans axle obout half way up the trans axle

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hi mad muffin,
if there is a problem in ur gearbox then
gears may not properly applied or
suddenly engine gets neutral or
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regards,
Baba...

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