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  1. racerxpl
    01-04-2012 07:14 PM
    hi, I saw a reply from you for a 1.3 metro/swift post.
    Do you know where a diagram might be for this?
  2. Woodie83
    03-16-2010 07:00 AM
    Sorry, just saw this this morning, I wasn't ignoring you, just slow. The fill hole is in the side of the transmission just behind where the driver's side axle goes into the tranny. You can see it best by removing the driver's side front wheel and looking in from the wheelwell. There's a pretty good picture of it about halfway down this page: It's usually a headless plug with a square recess in it that an extension with no socket fits into. There's another just like it on the bottom of the tranny case. Make sure you can get the fill plug out before removing the drain plug. In a pinch, if you can't get it out at all, you can drain the transmission completely (let it drip for at least an hour) and then put exactly 2.5 quarts in from the hole in the top that is discussed in that same thread.
  3. shane95670
    03-09-2010 10:07 PM
    ok so i bought this stuff you reccomend, syncromesh, since i know nothing about the underside of a car, i need a little help! i have read post after post after post about the rebuild, but have only seen 1 pic of the actual tranny that i thought was what i wanted. so i need to know, where is the actual fill hole and drain hole for my snail? yes i am kind of retarded when it comes to this sort of stuff so i do need pics and unfortunately step by step destruction manual as one puts it... i wanna tackle this job this weekend. i have some motor oil left from last oil change, and i was recently reccomended to buy some engine restore as well. $5 at walmart on clearance. what a deal huh? got home to find out normal price was $6!! LMAO the engine restore is 4 cyl formula and mechanic at toyota tells me thats ok. but havent found hardly anything about it. so yeah i do need some help if at all possible....

    Thanks in advance for your time...

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