Take your socket set and try various sockets until you find one that fits...then look at the size on the side of socket...BINGO!!! now you know the size.
At the bottom of the engine oil pan.
Look at the bottom or rear side of the radiator
There should be a drain on the bottom of the radiator somewhere. If you cannot find one, then remove the lower radiator hose and drain the coolant form that location.
Should be on the bottom passenger side of the radiator, facing the engine...That's where mine is...
it is on the transmission pan...you have two....its the highest one....the other is a drain plug...
Remove the drain bolt from the oil pan, and let the oil drain into a bucket. Unscrew the oil filter with the use of a filter wrench. Screw the new filter on, and reinstall the oil bolt.
There is a drain plug on the bottom of the transmission. To fill it, there is a plug toward the top of the transmission case where U have to pump the new fluid in till it starts to drain out.. There is no fill or trans. dipstick in top.
probably doesn't have one, I have yet to see that on any car. You have to use as much as you can then drop it or siphon thru fill tube
there is a drain plug and a fill plug on the underside of the transmission. you need to use the fill plug. You can not fill the transmission fluid or check the level, any other way.(it is a ridiculous design, i know.....) go to autozone.com look under Isuzu repair info, then choose the year and choose "trooper".then look under "fluids" the info will be there.
Oil drain plug is in the pan You probably have to remove a shield that hides the plug to access it 7/8's wrench to remove plug 14mm socket to remove skid plates
when accelerating, if the transmission seems to "jump" or "slip" and is fine after that, it's probably low on fluid. while the trooper is on and in park, pull out the transmission dipstick to read the fluid level. wherwe is the dip stick 2002 Isuzu trooper,thank you the 2002 trooper has no tranny dipstick, you need to check it from under the car. on the tranny pan are two drain plugs. one to drain, one to fill. you need to pump the fluid into the fill plug hole. this is best done at a shop that has a pump . fill it up until the fluid runs out the fill hole. quickly replace the plug. do this on a level surface.
Unscrew a hose at the lowest point, and drain the fluid into a pail. Remove and replace the lines one at a time, making sure to route the new lines the same.
inside the fuel tank..... isn't very hard to drain it and remove the tank to get at it.... I bought the 2 inch cheaper pump since it was rated the same as a 1 inch
The radiator drain plug is at the bottom of the radiator rigth underneath the hoses. You cant miss it. (Ref: 99 troop shom manual 6B-6). Shan. The radiator drain plug is at the bottom of the radiator rigth underneath the hoses. You cant miss it. (Ref: 99 troop shop manual 6B-6). Shan.
To change the transmission fluid, jack up your SUV to have enough room to get under the vehicle comfortably and safely. Find the transmission and have a drain pan under it. Remove the drain plug and allow fluid to drain. Remove all of the bolts and lower the transmission pan. Remove the transmission filter and replace if needed.
The filler plug is on the rear section of the transmission that the drive shafts bolt on to, it looks alot like the drain plug and is fairly obvious. The tranny itself fills from the dipstick tube.
Its a 28mm socket.
You can use a 11 centimeter socket to remove the transmission drain plug. The socket should be a five-point socket.
the trooper has no dipstick for trans its a sealed system on the trans pan you will find a fill plug and a drain plug the one on top inrecess is the one your looking for with the truck in park running remove fill plug fluid level should be just below that hole you can use ur finger to tell
you will need a 14mm socket for the drain plug & a special oil fliter cup socket for the oil fliter. the oil filter cup socket is available from most auto parts stores or your local Toyta dealership.
Should be at the bottom of the radiator.
drain plug is at bottom of motor center 15m socket carlos puchades
it takes 1" socket on it good luck on it
There is a splash pan that must be removed to access the oil filter however the oil drain screw should be in plain sight. It is positioned a little off the side. It should be in plain view unless there is mud or some other crap on it.
The 2002 Harley-Davidson motorcycle transmission drain plug can be removed with a 9/16 socket. A five-point socket will work the best