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Old 07-15-2015, 03:29 PM   #1
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Automatic Transmission Drain Plug issue

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I can not find the drain plug on my transmission. I read and searched that it should be on the oil pan but there is literally no bolt even located on the bottom. I also read that some don't even have one or they are located in an odd spot. Does anyone know where it is?
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Hum. Do you have much, if any, experience with diy'ing car maintenance?

It's Not common for an auto tranny to have a drain plug. If it does, doing a "drain and fill" fluid swap gets maybe 3-4 litres out even though most cars have 8+ litres of auto Tranny fluid
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Hum. Do you have much, if any, experience with diy'ing car maintenance?

It's Not common for an auto tranny to have a drain plug. If it does, doing a "drain and fill" fluid swap gets maybe 3-4 litres out even though most cars have 8+ litres of auto Tranny fluid
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OP clearly has little to no business under his car.

Since I am forced to have an auto for traffic, I use the vacuum method to pull out about 3 litres of 7 and replace it via the dipstick tube. Makes my shifts buttery smooth and the car idles better too.
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