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ATTS filler plug removal.

I know thios was covered before. But searching didnt turn anything up.
I want o change my atts fluid. I located the drain plug, check bolt and the filler plug. But the filler plug looks inaccesible without removing a whole lot of other stuff. I was looking at the helms manual and it only had the instructions to remove the unit itself.
Do i really have to remove the drive shaft and all to get to the filler plug.
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Re: ATTS filler plug removal.

Hmm, are you sure you are looking at the right plug? You shouldn't need to remove anything excessive to get to it. If you can't get a ratchet on there, try to use a regular open ended wrench, or a box wrench if you can fit it on there.

The appropriate page in the helms manual that you need to read is 15-68, and it will reference 15-67 for the check plug.

Also, refer to page 15-71 for an illustration so that you can ensure you are looking at all the right bolts/plugs.

Also, remember not to fill the fluid all the way up to the fill hole... You should only need 1 quart to get it to the check hole.
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Re: ATTS filler plug removal.

may be i was looking at the wrong bolts. I will take another look under it tomorrow.
How did you do it. Did you get to it without removing anything at all.
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Re: ATTS filler plug removal.

Well, that's the thing :-P

I did mine at the same time I was doing my clutch, so everything was all taken apart anyway...

BUT, in theory, you shouldn't need to remove a whole lot to get to that stuff.
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