The only way to drain the Transmission Fluid for a do-it-yourselfer is by removing the oil pan on the bottom of the transmission. It's sort of a messy, ugly job.
Some mechanics will do this by either:
1) using a pump to pump out the old fluid and replace it with new
2) disconnecting the oil lines that go through the oil cooler and let the engine pump it out (while simultaneously replacing it)
The bad side of these methods is that they do not replace the filter. The only way to do that is to drop the oil pan.
On the 5.4 trition engine with the twenty bolt transmission pan the drain pan has a drain bolt just like the oil pan. once you drain the fluid out it is recommended that you replace the filter and clean the pan. Make sure that you clean all the metal dust from the magnet that is fitted around the bolt hole. The magnet will come off of the pan it is not attached. Some of the expedtions come with a reuseable gasket, if yours has this it will be stamped in the pan that the gasket is re-useable. if not then your filter will come with a new gasket. Becareful when removing the filter, it just pulls out (straight down) but if you are not careful it will pop out and it holds about a pint of fluid which you will find all over you. Once you have the filter off make sure that you remove the old filter bushing from inside the transmission and that the new bushing matches the old one. It should be about a 1/4 inch long and about 3/4 inch in diameter. if it gets stuck in the drain tube carefully remove it with a scribe or small screwdriver, do not gouge the seating surface. it should just slide right out. Slide the new filter up into the drain tube, mount the pan and gasket back into the transmission and tighten the bolts from side to side 180 degrees from each other. I am not sure of the torque value but the transmission is made ofT-6 and it would not be hard to strip the bolts so do not over tighten. probably not more than 14 ft pounds but I am not sure. 6.1 quarts of tranny fluid and done.
I don't think you can change it. I have a 1999 catera and my transmission fluid has to be changed at the dealer.
See the related link below for step by step instructions with pictures on how to change the transmission fluid in your 1999 MB E320.
Check transmission fluid level Perhaps change transmission fluid and filter
its on the transmission it self no dip stick take it to a place where they change transmission fluid shop
Is the 1997 F150 Transmission is the same as the 1999 Expedition
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.
You have to remove the pan if there is no drain plug
Check transmission fluid level (auto) Change transmission fluid and filter (auto)
Transmission fluid is inside the transmission.
Change the fluid and filter every 36,000 miles.
Remove the transmission oil pan for access to filter
Remove transmission oil pan for access to filter. Replace pan gasket, fluid and filter
The rear washer fluid come from the windshield washer fluid reservoir on your 1999 Ford Expedition ( according to the owners manual )
The automatic transmission of a 1999 Dodge Durango requires ATF+4 transmission fluid.
How do you check the transmission fluid level on 1999 jetta GLS?
if its an automatic change fluid filter in transmission!!
The 1999 Ford Expedition owners manual shows : 1.9 liters ( 2.0 quarts - U.S. ) of Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid in the transfer case
If you don't see a plug screewed into the bottom side of the transmission pan, Then yours don't have 1. You will have to remove the transmission pan to change the fluid and filter.
remove the trans pan and change the trans filter at the same time
All of the transmission fluid is inside the transmission. There is no external reserve.
Change clock on 99 expedition
high mileage transmission fluid probably