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930 Transmission Filler Location?

Please help me locate the transmission filler plug. Not sure where it is. Is it on the driver or passenger side?
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it's on the drivers side
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Drivers side facing out , not down. There is a picture posted somewhere if you search it.
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It is the plug/bolt head in your last picture . . . driver's side and just behind the throttle bell-crank assembly (clutch cable passes under it).
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Thanks for the replies. I thought it was the one in the last pic but I didn't want to loosen a bolt and find it was holding the gear stack in place. LOL.

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