Where are the drain plugs for engine, transmission, etc and can the same oil be used for all three compartments
they should all be the same size. yes they are all the same size if you have odd sizes in your car then change them asap or you will screw your engine.
somewhere near the bottom of the transmission. Because since we all know, that if it was at the top, nothing would be able to drain out. There should be 2 plugs, one labeled FILL and one labeled DRAIN. the automatics and standards shre the same drain plug, its right in between the crossmember about and inch wide, the fill plug for the 5 speed is right in the front of the trans its at a slant on the case, that plug is all the same size as the drain,
Both the Engine and Transmission plugs are the same and they can be used from approximately 1980's to present day 2012 models, using the popular SS 1/2"X20X1/2" thread size. 1999 low riders and all Sportsters don't have a drain plug because they have a tube to drain the oil.
The correct tightening torque for a 1990 Honda Accord oil drain plug is 29 foot pounds. This same torque applies to all Honda oil drain plugs.
That is a very good question. Now can you tell me what you are wanting to drain? All drain plugs are located on the bottom of the component you are to drain.
they are at the bottom corner of the radiator.
There are two engine block drain plugs. One is just above the oil filter and to the right a little. And the other is below the upstream O2 sensor. I'm not sure if all of the plugs are the same size, but I used a 14 on for my 2001 Malibu. Hope that helps. Also, the best way to get to the drain plug near the exhaust pipe and O2 sensor is to remove the drive belt tensioner pulley and remove the plug from above and not below.
They are all different sizes.
all drain plugs are located at the lowest point of the oil pan.
No, all plates are not the same size
all drain plugs are at the bottom of the radiator (the thing with metal fins at the front of the engine)on the side. it's not hard to find. it is a nut some times a wing nut for the ease of unscrew it.
not all diffs have drain plugs, most you have to just take off the rear diff cover to drain the oil for the crown and pinion gear.
If it goes into a garbage disposal, the disposal needs cleaning. If it goes into a tube in the sink drain, check that for plugs. Is the drain hose open all the way, no kinks?
YesAdditional answerNot in principle. They all work the same way but there will be differences for various reasons. But then, not all car plugs are the same either.
the engine oil drain plug is a 15 mm bolt, the same as almost all GM vehicles
No. All of a square's sides are the same size.
If the transmission has a drain plug and you weren't paying attention to what you were doing, it is possible. Most, but not all, A/T do not have drain plugs but almost all manual transmissions do. Of course you can easily tell the difference between A/T fluid and oil. They smell different and have a different color.If the transmission has a drain plug and you weren't paying attention to what you were doing, it is possible. Most, but not all, A/T do not have drain plugs but almost all manual transmissions do. Of course you can easily tell the difference between A/T fluid and oil. They smell different and have a different color.
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No. Cells do not have the same size nor the same shape.
ya all the ipads are the same size (exept the iPad mini) but they are all different widths. they are all the same screen size.
No, they are not all the same.
no only a square has all the faces of the same size
no not all footballs are the same size they are made in kids, medium, and large.
umm accually no they are n all the same size or shape.