I really doubt that there is a drain plug for the tranny, usually you have to unbolt the tranny fluid pan and take it down to get to the filter and drain the fluid.
The 350 has NO electrical parts on it or in it what so ever ( NONE )
There is a plug on the side of the tranny. take it out. If fluid runs out, put the plug back in the hole and get on with life. If no fluid runs out, check your manual for what transmission fluid to use. Fill it till it runs out at the plug a bit. Be sure to use the transmission fluid recommended for Chevy S10 5 speed manual transmissions.
No drain plug. Filter is located inside the transmission pan on the bottom of the tranny.
NO. the wireing harness is different for the 4L80E.
If it's like most cars it doesn't have a drain plug for the tranny, you have to unbolt the tranny pan and take it down.
These auto transmissions are a real pain if you don't have a lift. The car must be level to check the fluid...but...this is how. The fluid should be at room temp. Raise the car,unscrew the plug that's on the tranny(real close to the oil drain plug). Lower the car, The level should be at the bottom of the hole, so if it runs out fairly slow...it is good. Put the plug back in. If it don't run out, add some dexron III or IV through the red fill plug on the top of the tranny until it does run out. put the plug in. "Sux don't it"
No. the plug wires are made different and the spark plugs ae NOT the correct heat range.
There's a fill plug in the tranny,pull plug out & fill up
at the tail of tranny
glow plug issues, head gaskets, water pump, and the allsion tranny wasn't great either.
Dont have one. There is a little plug on the tranny, underneath close to the oil drain plug. If fluid come out there... there is plenty in it. If it dont add until it does. I know it's stupid, but I didn't design it.
You check and fill under the car on the side of the tranny a plug.
just above the drain plug on the tranny case. drain plug the lower bolt.
spark plug gap is .045 unless specified different by spark plug manufaturer.
Look underneath the bike and just below the tranny. you should find two drain plugs. The engine is the forward drain plug. The one on the side (right side of the bike) is the tranny plug.
Some models do not have a dipstick. There is a plug in the back of the tranny that you pull. with the vehicle running in park and the fluid warm, the fluid should be level with the hole. It will drain out if there is to much. The fill is ontop, there is a red plug that is hand screwed in.
no you can not, the 95 tranny is computer controlled
305 Chevy freeze plug locationthere should be two on each side of the motor just under the manifoid and two at the back of the motor bbetween the tranny housing and the motor behind the flywheel.
yes its on the bottom of the tranny
The drain plug on bottom of transmission pan has allen screw in center of plug. If you remove the alln set screw and no fluid comes out, the tranny fluid could be low. The fill plug is on the tail shaft of tranny just above the drive shaft ( top right). Tranny fluid must be pumped in this opening after removing plug. Hand pump can be purchased at most auto parts stores. Slowly add tranny fluid until it starts to run out of hole in center of drain plug ( allen set screw must be removed from center of drain plug) the drain plug is about 2 inches tall, this is the level of tranny fluid in pan. Tranny must be at operating temp when adding fluid to achieve prop fill. Yes there is no dipstick, if your tanny fluid get low, the check tanny light should come on.
Spark plug gap chevy ls blazer
midway on the gearbox there is a plug looks like a thin large bolt the fluid is to be level with that hole something like checking oil on a standard tranny
easy take out the drain plug (lower plug) located midway through the transmission using a 3/8 drive. This will drain the tranny oil. Then break the upper plug loose and put the lower plug in and tighten. Slowly fill the tranny with 85w/90 through the upper plug until it flows out of the plug you are filling. Finally install the fill plug and tighten.
your 214 will have standard "iso" (2 black plugs) that plug into the radio, all new radios now have this connection so its a simply case of plug and play, as for your electrics going, check your fuses