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I have a 2001 nissan xtrail 4wd 5sp manual trans. Where is the transmission oil dipstick located?

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Hi there !
Manual transmissions don't have an oil dipstick, All they have is a plug that should be somewhere around top of your transmission.

Posted on Jan 30, 2011

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