So since I had the new clutch put in and changed the bushings on the linkage i've noticed that the car seems to stick in gear in the lower gears and is dufficult to get in to the new gear. Thought i'd start simple in finding a solution and decided to change the tranny fluid. The missus kindly picked up these through the week... First of all you need to jack the car and secure it on some stands. Then remove the plastic underneath by taking out the eight screws that look like this... This is what you'll need to do it... Once that is off then you need to locate the drain plug and fill plug... Red is the fill plug and this is the first one you need to loosen (because if this won't come off then there's no point draining the fluid). Then undo the drain plug (green) - You'll need one of these for both plugs... ...and let it run out in to a suitable container as such... When it was done it looked like this!!!! And they say this stuff can stay in for the lifetime of the vehicle - as my friand Crafoo would say, REALLY?!?!?! So now time to fill her up. I bought myself a smart price funnel from Asda for a quid and then 50cm of 12.5mm tube from B&Q... ...fed it down from the top of the engine bay and pushed the pipe in to the fill hole... Then start to fill her up - notice how nice and clean and clear the fluid is... You'll need two and a bit bottles. Once you start to use the third bottle it's an idea to get a second pair of eyes on the fill hole so they can shout when the fluid starts to overflow out - otherwise you'll just end up pouring half a bottle of tranny fluid on the drive. Once she's had her fill, put the plugs back in. I'm not sure what the torque setting is but i did em up nice and hand tight with a regular sized ratchet. Then put the plastics back on drop her down. Take her for a spin and enjoy the smoother gear changes. I must admit, she is still sticking slightly in gear but she goes straight in to her new gear easily and the problem doesn't feel half as bad as before. This is an easy job if you have the tools and looking at the state of my old fluid it DOES need doing.