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    Filling up Trans oil on 07 wrx

    I just filled up my transmision oil on my 07 wrx. My car is stick shift and has the hole below and behind the intercooler. I used and a little hose to fill it up. Any body knows a better way to fill it up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lizama.wrx07 View Post
    I just filled up my transmision oil on my 07 wrx. My car is stick shift and has the hole below and behind the intercooler. I used and a little hose to fill it up. Any body knows a better way to fill it up?
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