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Did you fill the transmission using the dipstick tube on the passenger side?
No, the problem is you just filled the front differential with ATF, that dipstick isn't the ATF dipstick. That is on the driver side of the car back by the power brake booster. You need to drain the front diff completely and add gear oil, and add transmission fluid to the transmission on the driver side dipstick. Usually about 3 - 3.5 quarts. This will get you back up and running.
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Yes, right at the base of the differential. I think it's still the 22 mm or 7/8's.
Transmission should take about 3 to 3.5 quarts and yes, that is where you fill the atf.
then the passenger side is the gear oil side. I think it's about a quart of gear oil, but I would start with half and check it. It's been a bit for me, since I did a drain and fill on one of these.
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It takes 1.2 L of 80-90 gear oil.
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