On the 1.4 Multispace it's on the n/s of the gearbox - that's both the filler and drain plug, visible through the wheel arch.
Best check your hand book for your correcty oil.
Ex 1.4 Berlingo Multispace
Chris, I had a van the same as yours, but it was a long time ago! If memory serves me right the drain plug, was on the bottom of the gearbox, slightly angled towards the front of the van. I seem to remember using an ordinary spark plug spanner to remove it. The filler plug is accessed by removing the nearside front wheel, and is located on the rear edge of the end of the gearbox casing (at about the 4 o'clock position as you look at it). Fill with SAE 75/80 gear oil untill it starts to run out of the filler plug hole. Do NOT overtighten either filler/drain plug or you will strip the aluminium gearbox threads. I bought a £20 Ronseal pressure sprayer from B&Q which I have modified to make filling gearboxes easy. It has a long wand with a trigger on it for reaching into hard-to-reach filler holes.
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• Chris Bradbury
Filled my 2.0 HDi from above on Saturday after simply removing the breather and putting in the same amount that drained out when I pulled the driveshaft out - about a litre
Sent from cold, windy place.
2004 Multispace Desire HDi - "Bertie"
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• Chris Bradbury
04-02-2015, 12:55 PM
Thanks for the help, i'll be hoping to get it done tonight
As with any gearbox, make sure you can undo the filler plug before you attack the drain plug.
Mar 2002 Berlingo Multispace Forte 1.9D 166,000 miles
(12-02-2015, 12:01 AM)GOOD CALL. Wrote: As with any gearbox, make sure you can undo the filler plug before you attack the drain plug.