I know that I am a moron, but I need some help. My truck has been making pretty nasty noises lately, and I have noticed a small puddle of fluid leaking from rear output shaft on my 208. I figured that I would check the fluid. The stuff was red, so I assumed it was transmission fluid and checked the tranny dipstick, which indicated fine. I figured that it must be a seperate plumbing system, so I called up my local mechanic, and he said that there were 2 large plugs on the back of the case, one down low to drain it and one up high to fill it. He said if I take the top plug out and fluid comes out I am OK, and if I pull the plug and nothing comes out to add fluid through the plug hole until it starts spilling out. I climbed under the truck, located the plugs, loosened it, and nothing came out. Considering the size of the puddle, this did not surprise me. I puled the plug completely, and fluid proceeded to pour out. Of course, I was startled and dropped the plug into my drip pan, and 2 quarts had drained out by the time I fished the plug out and replaced it. My question to You, The Grand Purveyors of Automotive Knowledge, is... How the #%@& do I get 2 quarts of fluid back into my transfer case?!?!?!?!