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1993 Mazda mx3 5 speed transmission fill plug Where is it?

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2008-03-26 06:44:43
2008-03-26 06:44:43

The manual transmissions on the Mazda Mx-3 series cars are filled through the speedometer sensor hole. Simply remove the 2 bolts that hold it on, pull out the sensor, taking care not to damage/dirty the sensor, and fill to the appropriate level.

Alternatively, there is a check and drain plug on the transmission, underneath the car. The transmission is located on the drivers side, beside the engine and the plugs are recognized because they are fairly large hexagonal plugs. The drain plug is nearest the bottom and the check plug (or fill plug) is up a little ways and facing the front of the car.

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