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Has anyone got a pic of where the fill plug for the gearbox is on an 09 captiva

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  • Geoff White
    Geoff White Jan 01, 2017

    Fill plug for the transmission? Please clarify.

  • bevan
    bevan Jan 01, 2017

    yer for gearbox
    sorry thought I put it in there

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Google it or call a transmission shop

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