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I cant find a place to plug the other side in but none of the holes are the size of the end of the plug???

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If you still haven't been able to find the plug, there is a small tab on each side of the machine which alows you to flip the top open, the plug is in there.

Posted on Aug 28, 2008

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Ok..this must be something from another posting, eh?

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It should be about between half way up the gear box or just less.

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So with the one end inside the allen key plug hole the other end fit the funnel onto so its secure fit so that the oil wont leak out between the funnel and hose cut the funnel if you have to so that its a tight fit into the hose.

Once you have made this contraption you can start pouring the oil in now its a slow job and a smelly job as the oil really stinks so keep pouring if you have drained the oil out of the box then put in what it says in the manual if you are just topping it up then you need to get the car on level ground now your suppose to fill it up until the oil is just starting to leak out of the allen key plug hole you only want it slightly leaking out then do the plug up dont over fill.

If the hose you have got is a tight fit in the hole then pour little amounts into the funnel and then pull the hose out of the hole to see if the oil is starting to come out keep doing this untill you take the hose out and the oil starts leaking out then stop and replace the allen key tighten it up but dont over tighten.
Thats for a manual gear box ok...

If you have manual box then this you can do yourself and will need to take the car into a garage to have this done as it has to be pumped in to keep it at a certain pressure.

Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok

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