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Gearbox i want to add gearbox oil to my gearbox in my car and cant find where tp put it

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What PIERRE235 told you also applies to will see a cable going into the gearbox...normally near the rear part/side of the engine...remove this and you should see a whole

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What kind of car like certain mazda you have to remove speedometer cable or sensor add gear oil untill you see oil at the bottom of the hole some gear box take heavy gear oil some motor oil 5w30 dont put to heavy oil it gonna be hard shifting when cold cheers let me know what kind of car cheers

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