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Question Trans oil change??

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I jacked up the car to do a tranny oil change, 87 930 and I don't see a bottom plug on the tranny case. I see a plug on the Diff, does that drain the 4 speed. The fill plug is on the left side of the case? or is it one of the 3 on the right side?
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See below link. Not answering all your questions but perhaps a help nonetheless:

930 trans oil
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Here it is morri.

Dumb Question-Where is the fill plug on transmission
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As noted, the filler plug is on the left and the drain is under the axles on the bottom of the trans case near the helper spring for the clutch. The drain takes a big 17mm hex and mine was all buggered up and overtorqued so I had to use a hillbilly concoction of a floor jack, block of wood, and a ratchet to get it out of there as it was already stripped when I got to it. Correct torque for both fill and drain is 20-25 NM which ain't much so don't gorilla them on there.

Have fun and enjoy that lovely gear lube stench!

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There's no separate compartment for gears versus diff. It's all in one.
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I just did this last weekend, if it hasnt been said already, make sure you remove the fill plug before the drain plug...just incase you cant get either one out,...

i had some problems getting my drain plug out cause it was a bit rounded, thank god i had a good mechanic buddy here to help, replaced with a new one.
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