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#1 Old 01-21-2013, 10:11 AM
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what gearbox oil

could anyone advise me to which gearbox oil a 2009 i10 Manual uses

been advised 75/85 synthetic based, would that be fully or semi ?

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I believe the i10 gearbox is filled for life so no maintenance is necessary.

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From the owner's manual:

Manual transaxle fluid 1.67 lmp. qts (1.9 l) API Service GL-4 SAE 75W/85 (fill for-life)


http://www.hyundai-forums.com/205-i10-forum/104852-tips-tricks-i10-2.html#post1201668
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filled for life, meaning a sealed unit ?

The gearbox on my i10 is conventional...wanting to replace oil after loss from driveshaft removal

thanks for all assistance
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filled for life, meaning a sealed unit ?
Not always - my last car was "filled for life", but all it meant was that there was no drain plug - there was a filler plug though.

I guess there must be on the I10, as there must be oil loss when the drive shaft(s) are pulled for a clutch change???
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