The engine coolant drain plug in the 1996 Ford Probe 4-cylinder is located at the bottom end of the radiator. There is a coolant reservoir at the top of the engine as well.
If you have the original factory tank, it has a drain plug (bottom center) you can remove with a wrench.
If you do not see a drain plug on the A/T pan then it does not have one. Pan must be removed to access the filter, and drain & clean the pan. Most transmission fluid pans do not have a drain plug.
If you are referring to an automatic transmission drain plug there isn't one.
under the seat next to the slide button
what is the spark plug gap for an 1989 ford probe lx? Thank you.
According to one of Fords websites : A 1990 Ford Probe , 2.2L four cylinder engine has the spark plugs gapped at : ( .044 inch )
on my 95 SE its on the drivers side of car ,look down the right side of radiator,
No, there is no drain plug.
The 2006 Ford Taurus radiator drain plug is located on the bottom of the radiator. The drain plug can be removed with a half inch ratchet.
We need to know which drain plug you are referring to, there are several.
where is the oil drain plug on a 2007 ford escape 4 cylinder
torque spec on the oil drain plug on a 2.9 ford ranger?
There is no drain plug on this transmission.
None of the Taurus trans pans have a drain plug.
in the fill p;ug just above the drain plug half way up the trans and use gl4 synchromesh
If it has an automatic trans there i sn't a drain plug you have to remove the pan to drain the fluid.
The drain plug is on the frame, just behind the front wheel.
I want to know what is the proper spark plug gap for my car. It's a Ford Probe 1994, 4 cylinders and 2.0L
I don't know of any ford escorts made with a drain plug. This is because a drain plug has to be threaded and threads can strip out, especially if you get the drain plug too tight; as in the case of an oil pan drain plug.
The oil drain plug is right on the oil pan itseft.
there is no drain plug, you have to remove the whole cover to drain fluid.
There is no drain plug, you must remove the transmission panThere is no drain plug, you must remove the transmission pan
Remove the Ford Ranger automatic transmission drain plug. The drain plug is in the bottom of the transmission. Allow the oil to drain out and replace the plug. Fill the transmission with new transmission fluid.