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The same place that you drain it. You will need a funnel and a long piece of preferrably clear hose to fit on the end of the funnel. You feed that hose into the drain hole of the transmission, while you sit the funnel in the engine compartment and slowly fill. You can check the level of fluid by inserting your finger into the drain hole of the transmission. Keep filling until you can feel the level of oil with your finger. The tranny requires 75W/90 gear oil.

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