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Have a GTS 5.5 here,and cannot find the drain plug in order to change the(OLD) oil. Had the blade and cover off,and saw no bolt or plug. Also didn't see a plug on the side. Any help appreciated.


Well If You Cant find drain plug [should be a square drive]

Then I would turn the thing upside down [empty gas tank first of course]& drain it thru the filler plug. Perhaps the drain is an inset hex bolt and you must REALLY clean the underneath, dig around for it!

Jul 14, 2014 | Toro Lawn Mower With Toro Power Tools

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Change the oil on a zzr 1100


Warm engine up...

There are two sump bolts on these motors...one near the oil filter bolt under the engine towards the rear...the other is next to the oil cooler line fitting under the front of the motor...remove drain bolts and then remove filler cap as it speeds up draining. When drained...refit bolts and remove oil filter (round cover under rear of motor, centre bolt with same size head as sump plugs). Fit new filter and refill oil with approx. 3.5 litres...

Apr 17, 2014 | 1990 kawasaki ZZR 1100

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How do I add transmission oil (std. tranny) on MR2 1991


Turbo (E153) and Non-Turbo (S54) transmissions have the fill bolt on tranny facing the firewall to the cabin. Youll have to jack the rear of the car up.

Drain bolt is near the the driver side axle input.

It is advised to remove filler bolt before drain bolt in case drain gets stripped etc.

Use a longer hose with funnel from the top to fill

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Feb 10, 2014 | 1991 Toyota MR2

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I cannot locate the drain and filler plug for the maunal transmission 5speed of '97 corolla. Can anyone help


Hi Geoffrey,

Corolla '97 manual transmission using bolt 10mm ( hex) as filler plug and bolt 24 mm ( shallow socket) as drain plug transmission oil. Both bolts located on engine side ( and are not on top or bottom of your engine).

They just located on engine behind your radiator and beside your battery ( lower side). It is easier to acess them from bottom of engine. Their are on your gearbox.

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Sep 20, 2011 | 1997 Toyota Corolla

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How much oil is needed in this bike ?


1.1 US Quarts . Run the engine for a few minutes to warm it up. Let cool for another few minutes, remove the oil filler cap to allow it to drain. Install oil drain bolt, install oil filler cap. Done

Feb 06, 2011 | 2003 Honda CRF 230 F

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What maintenace Does a 2003 Toy Rav4 manual transmission need?


The manual transmission oil, or gear box oil can't last forever. It is a good idea to replace every 60K miles with a new one. Just as with motor oil, and oil change is cheap insurance. Buy synthetic oil if you can.
The manual transmission oil change is a simple procedure, but can complicated and creates costly problems.
First remove the filling bolt. In some cases this is siezed, If the heating doesn't help, you don't want a stripped filler bolt, with an empty transmission. Use WD-40 and do not use extensive force.
If the bolt still won't budge. Stop. Lower the car and visit a shop for service.
After removing the filler bolt (upper), then remove the drain bolt at the bottom.
Replace the drain bolt, with a new one, normally has a magnet, and thread it by hand after with a wrench.
Fill the gearbox with oil using a gear oil / lube pump. Replace the filling bolt and process same as with draining bolt.
If you will change the gear box oil every 60K miles this is the best insurance for your manual transmission. DO NOT FORGET TO REPLACE FILLING AND DRAINING BOLTS WITH NEW ONE.
In rare cases a rusty bolt is siezed, almost rust welded in the transmission housing, so the transmission must be removed and taken to a machine shop.

Nov 02, 2010 | 2003 Toyota RAV4

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How do I change the oil


there is an oil drain plug (BOLT) under your car on the bottom or side ( edge) or the oil pan. get yourself a catch can like some sort of plastic bucket that will fit. Undo that bolt and let it drain. Undo the oil filler cap under your hood on your motor so that it drains more completely and faster. I reccommend changing your oil filter which usually just unscrews, you may need a strap wrench to help it off, prepare for some spillage. Put new oil filter on, put the oil drain bolt back in ( usually with a new washer, you dont have to but it is recommended) and pour however much oil your car calls for, into the oil filler hole. Get yourself some rags and a funnel to help :)

Mar 12, 2010 | 2001 Honda Odyssey

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How do you change manuel trans fluid in a 1995 toyota paseo


On the transmission underneath the car there are 2 bolts that dont hold anything onto the transmission. One is the drain plug (closest to the bottom), the other is a filler plug (usually around midway up on one side), drain all the fluid from the drain plug, then after installing the plug pump the new fluid into the filler hole until it starts to spill out, install filler plug. Easy as pie. Same procedure for front and rear differentials. Make sure you are using the manufacturer recommended fluids.

Jan 20, 2010 | 1995 Toyota Paseo

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How many ozs of shaft drive gear oil for a 2005 honda vtx r motorcycle 1300


hi,not a hard job to do,take the bike for a ride to warm the oil up before you drain it,it makes it a lot easier draining the oil as cold diff oil is quite thick and the hondas only have a small drain hole,get the bke sitting level i normally use a small car jack under each side of the bike just to hold it level,undo the lower drain bolt(about a 10 or 12mm from memory)drain all the oil out into a clean container,inspect the oil for any shiny bits,you shouldnt see any foreign bits on a bike this age though,if you do get the bike looked at straight away,there are a lot of bits and pieces inside that diff and they are very expensive to repair,once you have drained all the oil out replace the drain plug making sure it is tight(but dont strip the thread by over tightening it)undo the filler bolt(large plug type bolt above the drain plug)and fill with a good gear oil(from memory honda use a 80/90w oil)fill the diff to the bottom of the filler plug just untill the oil starts to dribble out of the filler hole,this is the correct level and i think from memory they hold about 280-300mls,a 1 litre bottle does 3 changes..dont forget to put the filler plug back in and tighten it...hope this helps...cheers ian

Dec 31, 2009 | 2005 Honda VTX 1300 R

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My car has a new clutch but the shifting feels stiff. Not the clutch but the actual shifter. Is this perhaps a fluid problem? If so where do I look to check it and what kind of fluid would i add?


You may be low on transmission fluid. When your fluid is low or is old it makes the shifting a little rough. It can cause grinding or just make it hard to shift from gear to gear. I would get the fluid checked to see if it is low. You need to consult an owners manual to find out what kind of fluid it requires. There are many different weights and types and if you use the wrong one you can damage seals on your transmission.

Nov 19, 2009 | 1998 Saturn SL

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