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Where do you add transmission fluid on a 98 Chevy Metro with a manual transmission?

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2007-12-17 20:44:36
2007-12-17 20:44:36

The transmission fill plug is a square-drive plug located vertically on the driver's side of the transmission, just to the rear of the right-side halfshaft. The transmission should take 2.5 quarts or until the fluid is to the bottom of the fill hole.

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