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Old 05-17-2014, 03:17 PM   #1
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Transmission fill plug

On my 08 endeavor in the passenger side rear access door above the radiator overflow tank there are three tubes. One tube is the oil fill one is the oil dipstick and I believe the other is the fill tube for the transmission. On my coach I just noticed the transmission fill tube is just standing open. Found someone else in the park with a similar coach who has what looks like a rubber thermos bottle stopper in it with a screw down the center so that when you tighten it the stopper expands to hold it in. Does anyone have any idea where I can find this part. Not sure if it would be an Allison part or a Monaco part.
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Measure the diameter of the tube and you can get one here:

http://www.amazon.com/SEOH-Rubber-St...359854&sr=1-10

You could also look at a marine store, they are commonly used to plug drain holes in boat hulls. According to the diameter, you might even get one with a lever that tightens the stopper with a flip of the lever.
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Would have never thought of looking at a marine store. Found a drain plug with a T type screw handle through the center that expanded to fit perfectly. Thanks !!
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My 06 Monaco has a dip stick on the bottom of the plug
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