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Always try to include any model numbers, brand names or something to help us out here... Some do not have oil, the are chain driven and have grease in them... Others have a gear box and they might have a dipstick screwed into the top of the shift plate or housing...

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Owner's manual, no manual? try manualslib.com you will want it later anyway.

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