You'll have to take it to a dealership and ask to have a transmission flush. It used not to be possible to get ALL the fluid out unless the transmission was completely removed from the vehicle which could cause other problems if all the outer seals were not replaced.You could get most of it out by draining the pan and the Torque Converter. However, there is no longer a drain plug on most torque converters these days so a flush is just about the only way to do it with the transmission still in the vehicle. It is a fairly new procedure that is now possible thanks to the new flushing machine which hooks up to your cooling lines (the metal tubing that runs from your transmission to your radiator).
Hey Robert==I have been a mechanic for MANY years and as stated, the flushes havent been around very long. I have changed just 4-6 quarts of fluid for many years and have had no ill effects from just changing that much especially if it is done every 30,000 miles. This is MY 2 cents worth. Good luck, Joe
There is a drain plug in the transmission pan.
NO. Buy a syphon kit
It's about 14 quarts of transmission fluid, but you can't drain it all unless you're flushing it, so expect to be able to drain (and replace) about 5 quarts. RFischer McLean, VA Dec 28, 2008
In the bottom of the transmission pan.
Not from the factory , only if someone has added a drain plug in the transmission pan
A car battery in any car would drain due to a short in the electrical system.
There is no drain on the block, just the drain on the radiator (bottom of rad drivers side, facing the transmission).ANS 2 The above is perfectly correct, but if you still wish to drain coolant fluid from that block, the easiest way is removing the lower rad hose from engine side.
What year + engine (3.0L SOHC, 3.0L DOHC or ??)? ... MOST American built cars/ trucks do NOT have a 'drain' plug! -In this case, you need to remove ALL the bolts holding the pan on (it's a messy job, IF this is your first time)
The following information applies to the 1996-1999 Ford Taurus and Mercury Sable.The transmission pan is the flat bottomed pan located under the vehicle. It may have imprinted wording on it that may or may not say "AXOD METRIC" or "AX4N METRIC" It does not have a drain plug and requires careful removal to drain all 8-10 quarts of fluid. AX4S/AXOD-E transmissions have 17 bolts, and AX4N transmissions have 19 bolts.
There are a variety of "drain plugs" on a vehicle.See "Related Questions" below for more specifics on radiator, oil & transmissions...
yes its on the bottom of the tranny
The drain valve is on the (facing) engine side, lower left corner (drivers side) of the radiator. There is a tap and a tube you can put a small hose on to drain the coolant into a container.
Just like all automatic transmission cars, remove the oil pan.
take plug out and drain the fluid plug found behind drivers side wheel
The transmission on a 2002 Hyundai will have a drain bolt located underneath it. Loosen the bolt and drain the old fluid into a pan. Once done use Hyundai recommended transmission fluid and pour it in.
You have to remove the pan to drain the transmission.You have to remove the pan to drain the transmission.
very carefully!! you have to pull the cover and drain the torque converter but is not recommended!!
dead cell in the battery or something is on pulling power from the battery.
transmission filters are generally located just inside the transmission oil pan, have to remove pan and drain fluid to change filter.
you change the manual transmission fluid in a '99 cavalier simply by removing the transmission drain plug and allowing all the fluid to drain then replace the plug and refill with Syncromesh transmission fluid(that is the fluid recommended by Chevy for use in your transmission) It should take 2 quarts.
Drain radiator, rinse with water or radiator cleaner, then refill. Don't forget to check the leve after running the engine a while.
There is no drain plug on this transmission.
where is the radiator drain plug on a mercury villager
It does not have a drain plug. You have to remove the transmission pan from the bottom of the transmission to drain the fluid.
The automatic transmission does not have a drain. You remove the pan to drain.