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Tranny fluid where do i ad the tranny fluid at?

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There will be a bolt that looks like the sump bolt or bung bolt for you oil, either on the side but high on the gear box or on the very top. of the gear box. front wheel drives are easier because the gearbox is easy to get to. it should be clear enough that it will be different to any others on it

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