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In front of the rear wheel swing arm. Looks like a rubber pipe with a stopper plug hanging from the oil tank.

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Drain plug location


Hi Anonymous, please visit the website below and good luck: picture of 2004 flht drain plugs Google Search

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2010 Peugeot 207 gearbox drain/filler/level bungs


The drain plug is situated on the final drive casing at the rear of the transmission (plug may need a square or hex drive wrench).

There is no level plug - the correct qty of oil must be measured and then poured in.
If Petrol 1.9 ltrs, diesel 2.0.

The oil is 75/80w.

Jan 19, 2014 | 2008 Peugeot 207 CC

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Transmission fluid


First, refer to the dip stick top or the vehicle manual to identify which type of fluid to add to your transmission.
I presume you are referring to the more popular automatic transmission for many markets.


Run the vehicle until it is warm.


Remove the gearbox oil dipstick.


Jack the vehicle up a little if it helps, as you will need a drain tray and tool. Creep under the vehicle and remove the gearbox oil drain bung. It's usually at the lowest point, in the gearbox oil pan.


Drain the oil until you have almost no drips.


If you don't wish to replace the gearbox oil filter at this point, then procede to tighten the drain bung back into the oil pan/sump using a fresh washer if needed. Once tight (don't go mad as these can strip easily) you can procede to add your new oil.


You will likely need a very thin funnel to fit into the dipstick tube as this is where the oil is added on almost all Japanese models at least. If you can't find out how much oil to add to your vehicle, then add as much as you dropped out at first, or perhaps a little less as your fresh oil is cold as opposed to the expanded, warmer oil which came out.


Once added, start the vehicle, and go through the gears with your foot on the brake.
With the engine running and in Park, check the gearbox oil level.


You can often get false readings on the dipstick until all the oil you added to the dipstick tube has run into the gearbox, so you might want to check this after half an hour or so.


Run the vehicle, do a road-test, and then return and recheck for any oil leak at the drain bung and the oil level once again.


Gearboxes are very sensitive to having incorrect oil levels, so try to keep it as accurate as possible.


Good luck!

Nov 12, 2012 | 2007 Toyota Avanza 1.3

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What are the steps in changing the oil in a 1986 Lincoln Town Car


1) Purchase appropriate oil filter, sump drain bung washer and chosen engine oil.
2) Prepare an oil pan, sump bung wrench and oil filter removal tool (check access to oil filter to be sure that your tool is suitable.)
3) Run the engine until its warm to hot.
4) With the car jacked up and secured, remove engine oil filler cap and remove engine oil sump drain bung and allow oil to flow out into your drain pan. Keep an eye on your oil and make sure it doesn't overflow from your drain pan.

5) Refit sump bung with new washer and tighten. Do not over-tighten, and be especially careful when tightening into an alluminium sump.


6) Remove oil filter. Oil will flow out from this filter when removing, so your drain pan will need to be under the filter housing when removing.


7) Run a smear of clean engine oil around the filter rubber seal and refit new filter. Tighten hand tight only. Do NOT crank this filter super tight as you may damage the rubber seal and even the filter casing which can impede oil flow.


8) Refill engine with proper quantity of oil. If you cannot find how much oil your engine is supposed to take, then refill with the same quantity of oil which you drained out.


9) Restart the engine while checking the oil pressure warning light on the dash. The warning light may stay on for three or four seconds and then go out. If this light stays on for longer, then stop your engine and check for oil leaks at the filter body and sump drain bung.


10) Once the engine oil pressure warning light is off after starting, stop the engine and check the engine oil level (with vehicle on the flat and off any axle stands.)


11) Road test the vehicle, driving it for a mile or two before re-checking for oil leaks under the engine bay and engine oil quantity.

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Pickup park for three years running owner went over seas afgan. What to do before starting with old gasoline.


Add fresh gas and a can of Sea Foam, charge the battery, check the brakes if you plan on driving it do these things and you should be good to go.

Sep 09, 2011 | 1989 Isuzu Pickup 2WD

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I have put waaayyyy to much oil in my vw golf 2002 and I need to drain it but I can't seen to find where I drain it from also is there anything else that I will need to do after this? Thanks


You will have to take the under tray off to access the sump drain bung, the bung is normally a 19mm spanner size, Don't run engine until oil is correct level, as damage can be done to catalytic convertor. ( you will have to jack car up pretty high to remove cover, and be sure to use axle stands to secure vehicle )

Oct 05, 2010 | 2002 Volkswagen Golf

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How u doing i wn kn how i could put transmition oil on audi 2000 a6 please


hi,
assuming your car is an auto- transmission.
all directions i am giving you are from the point of view of sitting in the drivers seat, if you look underneath there should be a single bung on the lower- most point of the oil pan, this is for draining and checking the level. to fill oil, there is a short pipe to the left side of the transmission, with a bend pointing up. there is a cap on this which is removed for filling the oil. the correct level is when the car is running in park, the bung removed. when there is correct oil levelyou will see the over flow , comming from the bung. to drain the oil, there is a small tube up in the bung- hole which can be removed with an allen key.

Jul 26, 2010 | 2000 Audi A6

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WHERE IS THE FILLER PLUG ON THE GEARBOX ON A 1998 PASSAT TDI PLEASE


Hi,

Just checking.... it is a manual gearbox?

You may need a special tool for the drain plug and a 17mm allen key for the filler (some use the special drain tool for the filler as well)

The drain plug is located under the diff housing.

The filler plug is located on the left (nearside) off the gearbox (look to the left of the hole and you can see the 17mm hex filler bung).

Check you can undo the filler bung, then drain the gearbox oil.

Refit drain bung and fill gearbox through filler/level ********* until gearbox oil is up to the level of the filler bung.

Refit, test drive, check for leaks and retest level again when cold.

Cheers,

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Jan 27, 2010 | 1998 Volkswagen Passat

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How to remove oil from a yamaha SR125


Hi Amalia
Not too hard to get the excess oil out. Easiest way is to tip the bike on its side with the oil fill bung out, and drain off some of the excess via there.  The only other way to do it is drop the oil entirely and start again with fresh oil(dont reuse it even though it is new). Gets really messy trying to put the sump drain bung back in with oil pouring everywhere. You also stand the risk of getting dirt into the engine, so i Dont recommend draining off the excess from underneath.   Dont run the bike with excess oil. The site glass is fitted from the inside of the casing, and is rather hard to clean. They get dirty from a build up of clutch friction material settling on the glass. You have to strip the motor down completely to do that. Hope that helps you solve your problem. Happy to answer any questions you may have. Riding bikes is so much fun...cept when it rains!!   regards robotek

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