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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-24-2001, 06:39 PM Thread Starter
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AX-15 fill plug problems

Ok, well, I started thinking about when I filled all my lubricants before I drove my Jeep. So I decided to check them all. When it came time to check my tranny, I was a little lost. I remember having problems figuring out which hole was the fill plug when I filled the sucker. I thought I knew which one, but the damn book said it was on the passenger side. Well, the one I filled was on the driverside[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img] So I took some pics and need your help. Tell me with one it is.




The second picture is the one I filled. BTW - That one is on the driverside, and the book says it should be on the passengerside.


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Re: AX-15 fill plug problems

you got the right one jammy... that top one is some sensor thinging.. it should have some wires coming off it..
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Re: AX-15 fill plug problems

Yeah, I thought so. I was just a bit worried because of the fact that both manuals said it was on the passenger side. The Haynes manual even showed a picture. But maybe it was for the Peogout or AX-5.

I am seeming to have a little rougher time shifting, that's the only reason I was worried about if I had enough in there. Think it's probably from the additional strain on the tranny from the 35's?


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Re: AX-15 fill plug problems

Every manual I ever changed the fluid in shifted a bit stiffer after the change.

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Re: AX-15 fill plug problems

I'm hoping that's what it is. It'd really suck to blow that sucker up[sad] But it WOULD give me a good excuse to get me a nice NV4500. Too bad it's only around $2500 to get one with all the adapters and what not. Maybe I'll go with a nice 4spd with granny low. Who needs overdrive?!?! I hardly do over 55mph on the freeway anyway.


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