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2010 Peugeot 207 gearbox drain/filler/level bungs

Have removed drive-shaft and dropped most of the gearbox oil.Could someone please tell me where the drain/filler/level bungs are on the gearbox?Also oil capacity for refill....not bone dry.75/80w EP oil isn`t it?Thanks

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The drain plug is situated on the final drive casing at the rear of the transmission (plug may need a square or hex drive wrench).

There is no level plug - the correct qty of oil must be measured and then poured in.
If Petrol 1.9 ltrs, diesel 2.0.

The oil is 75/80w.

Posted on Jul 06, 2014

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SOURCE: car oil type and capacity for a peugeot 406

phone the dealer

Posted on Apr 25, 2009

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if it has a dip stick under the bonnet you need to have the engine running with the box in neutral then dip the oil
if the engine is warm then it should read around the top mark, if the engine us cold then it should rear around the lower mark
if there is no dip stick then there is no way of checking the level and you will need to drain the box and re fill with the correct ammount through the gearbox breather on the top

Posted on Dec 10, 2009

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put the van on full lock to the left, look under the L/H wheel arch in front of the wheel, just in front of the drive shaft you will see a tin cover held on by 13mm headed bolts, on the back row the tin is cut away a little way up is a bigger bolt head (maybe 16mm) that is the fill plug.

Posted on Feb 23, 2010

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Have you checked the oil since the light came on?

Make sure the engine is off and pop the hood. look on the right or left hand side for the dip stick. Pull it out and wipe it off and then reinsert it and pull it back out. Look to see where the oil level is on the dip stick. Fill accordinly. One notch on the stick is one quart of oil. If you refill the oil and start it up and the lights do not go off then it will be safe to drive it to the shop. Oil is in it. However, If there is loud tap tap tapping noise coming from the motor after the oil if full do not drive it. You have probably lost the oil pump and the engine is not getting oil. if you hear no noises and the oil light is still on you can drive it safely to the shop. Let me know how it turns out, Raz

Posted on Apr 18, 2010

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SOURCE: where is gearbox oil refill plug on peugeot 306

it is a 19mm bolt on the side of the gearbox it takes ep 75 90 gear oil if it helps

Posted on Jul 01, 2010

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