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Transaxle I have a 2002 Daewoo Lanos standard. I am needing to put fluid in the transaxle, but no one seems to be able to find it or a plug. I am assuming it's underneath the car and have had two people look that know and work on cars, but even they can't find it. I need to find it quick, because when I push in the clutch to shift gears, my car makes a winding noise and putting it into gear sometimes takes a minute to do and it seems to want to die every now and again and my car seems to be running a little rough. Nothing is over heating or smelling, but I don't want to burn out anything. Thank you, Jackie

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Speedo cable goes in the back of the tranmission right side front near shift lever a ten millimeter a/f bolt holds it in if you undo it then pullout the speedo cable carefully you will see where the 90 grade final drive transaxle oil goes thanks mate bye.

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There is no fill plug.

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