if you change trans fluid REGULARLY like you should, flushing is not necessary
There is no drain plug assuming it is an automatic transmission it is drained when removing the transmission pan and changing the transmission filter.
No, it does not have a filter. My daughter just had her tranny oil drained/changed and was surprised to hear that it does not have a filter. Weird.
Automatic transmission: Hyundai SP-III ATF. 8.2 quarts or 7.7 liters based on filling the system from totally empty. Replacement volume would best be based on the volume drained during change-out.
If it was reddish in color that is just what you did.
The transmission oil filter is in the transmission drip pan under the driver's side close to the front tire. there is no transmission filter. there is how ever a oil filter which is located on your bottom right or possibily left side of your motor. the transmission however holds trans mission fluid which can be drained!
if you mean it wont move, perhaps you have drained the transmission oil and not the engine oil. this would cause it not to move.
who does that? Have the transmission drained immediately Any other liquids will severely damage the transmission.
It takes 12quarts of transmission fluid with torque converter drained.
The fluid is drained by removing the transmission pan.
If it is completely drained and flushed, about 9-10 quarts. If you just drained the transmission pan from the drain plug, about 4 quarts.
If you drained the pan, it will take about 4-4 1/2 qts to fill it. If you drained the whole transmission it will take more like 8 or 9.
there is a drain plug in the pan or if there isn't then you have to remove the pan