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1gearbox oil fill Empty gearbox oil fill on 6th April 2015, 6:36 am

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morning.. can anyone advise where the oil fill is on the gearbox? thanks ant.

2gearbox oil fill Empty Re: gearbox oil fill on 6th April 2015, 6:40 am

grim_d

grim_d
When you are looking at the engine it's on the right hand side of the gearbox, on the front about half way up.

Looking for a square recess, about 1/2inch. Use a proper drain plug key as the square from a ratchet will chew it up if it's tight.



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3gearbox oil fill Empty thank you on 6th April 2015, 6:42 am

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is it easy to get to? fill from engine bay.

4gearbox oil fill Empty Re: gearbox oil fill on 6th April 2015, 6:45 am

grim_d

grim_d
Depends on your configuration but usually open it from underneath, can get to the from the wheel well, access is good.

I use a large funnel with long flexible tail to fill, a normal funnel with a hose on it would do the same, also possible to fill through the breather but will take a LONG time.

5gearbox oil fill Empty thank you on 6th April 2015, 6:49 am

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thanks you

6gearbox oil fill Empty Re: gearbox oil fill on 6th April 2015, 6:59 am

gtir_pimp

gtir_pimp
These plugs are usually on very tight so much I have done 3 where I have been swinging off the ratchet with a bar and they don't need to be ridiculously tight. You will probably need a big bar to crack it off unless you're lucky

7gearbox oil fill Empty Re: gearbox oil fill on 6th April 2015, 7:10 am

grim_d

grim_d
Soft alloy, if its very tight you should shock it loose rather than applying a constant load.

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