Hi everyone. While doing my clutch swap I had to drain the transmission, but I had a lot of trouble getting the speedometer mount off to refill it. So instead, I filled it from the bottom. Here's how: 1. Go to your local hardware store, and buy a 1/2" screw-to-hose adapter. One side bolts into the tranny (in the oil plug hole), and the other side attaches to a hose. It's hollow, allowing oil to flow through it. Then, buy a 1/2" hose, preferably 8' long, and a funnel with a spout small enough to fit in the hose. Finally, buy a roll of duct tape. 2. Plug the funnel into one end of the hose, and secure it with duct tape. 3. Remove the transmission drain plug (23mm or 7/8"; careful not to strip it), and drain the oil into a pan. Let it run until the dripping completely stops. Preferably do it while the transmission is warm, but not hot. 4. Screw the bolt end of the adapter into the drain plug hole. It won't be a perfect fit, so do it tightly enough that the gasket mates with the transmission housing to minimize leaking. Attach the other end of the hose to the adapter. 5. Measure out approximately 3 liters (3.3 qts) of Dexron III/Mercon ATF fluid or 80/90 gear oil, and pour it slowly into the funnel, while holding it 6' from the ground. Either add it a bit at a time and raise it above your head (to create pressure), or stand on something. Once all the fluid is it, the transmission is slightly overfilled. This is fine, since in the next step, some of this fluid will escape. 6. Hook the funnel onto something 3-4' off the ground (to prevent the transmission fluid from spilling out), and reposition the oil pan under the drain hole. Have the drain plug and some towels nearby. Then, quickly remove the hose by pulling it, and plug the hole with your finger. It will get messy. 7. Unscrew the adapter with your finger over the hose hole. When it breaks free, let it drop, and plug the drain hole with your finger. 8. Slide your finger out of the way while inserting the original drain plug. Tighten, clean up, and you're done!