How do you locate the transmission fluid drain plug on a 1999 Ford Escort with an automatic transmission?
Some cars have a drian plug and others do not. If you do not see a drain plug on the bottom or side of the transmission pan, then it does not have one.
The automatic transmission has two (2) fluid pans. One lower pan, and one pan on the side right above the first pan. The lower pan takes a hex key and is located to the left of the pan when looking at the car from the front, the upper is a brass bolt.
How do you locate the transmission fluid drain plug on a 1993 Chevy Silverado with an automatic transmission?
If the vehicle is an automatic the transmission pan must be removed. To drain and refill you must do this through the dipstick tube. If it is a manual the drain plug is the same as the check plug. You must insert a hose and drain it manually. In either case it is recommended to have this type of service done at a reputable auto shop.
How do you locate the transmission fluid drain plug on a 1994 Chevy silverado with an automatic transmission?
Many automatic transmission do not have drain plugs. You drain the ATF by removing the transmission fluid pan. If you are changing the ATF, you should pull the pan anyway, to replace the ATF filter. You will also need a new pan gasket. If there is an ATF drain plug, it will be located in the transmission fluid pan, on the bottom of the transmission.
Where is the automatic transmission drain plug for a 2003 Cadillac CTS Fluid is leaking out and the transmission slips now and it wasn't before the leak?
Answer If it has one it will be on the transmission pan. Some trans do not have a drain plug, and the pan must be removed to drain the fluid.-NOT TRUE!!! Plug being on the drain pan is only true for an automatic transmission and yes there is one there. If it's automatic turbo it has 2 drain plugs on/near the pan and non turbo automatic there is on drain plug on the pan. The…