With a manual transmission, it is on the passenger side of the transmission case. There are two 3/8 square plugs. One is the drain and one is the fill. With an automatic, there is no drain. You have to remove the pan.
There is no transaxle dipstick, only drain plugs.
24mm or use a 15/16 for a little tighter fit if its dorked up
should be two plugs on side of tranni, one for drain and other for fill!
there are two filler plugs on the passenger side of the transmission, the one on the top is the filler and the lower is the drain. The plugs are unique because you only need a half inch ratchet, they are square in shape. drain the oil and service with a Honda approved 30 weight engine oil. This assumes it is a manual transmission. An automatic would have a dipstick and uses different fluid. Check your owners manual.
If the transmission has a drain plug and you weren't paying attention to what you were doing, it is possible. Most, but not all, A/T do not have drain plugs but almost all manual transmissions do. Of course you can easily tell the difference between A/T fluid and oil. They smell different and have a different color.If the transmission has a drain plug and you weren't paying attention to what you were doing, it is possible. Most, but not all, A/T do not have drain plugs but almost all manual transmissions do. Of course you can easily tell the difference between A/T fluid and oil. They smell different and have a different color.
There are two plugs on the 300zx manual transmission. on on the passenger side and one on the bottom of the transmission. You can unscrew them with a 1/2 drive ratched. fill through the plug on the side, drain from the plug on the bottom
simple enough. there are 2 plugs on the trans, one on the bottom to drain, and one on the side to fill. Drain it out, replace the plug, remove the side plug and pump the appropriate manual transmission fluid in until it starts to dribble out of the hole and then replace the plug. Done!
NO drain plug... the fill plug is the dipstick tube. Oops, that's the automatic. No drain plug and the fill plug is half way up and looks like a square peg
Look under the front of the Pilot. The drain plugs for the transmission and engine are both under the front and both have labels next to them marked ENGINE OIL and TRANSMISSION OIL. I suggest you get the Haynes manual for the Honda Pilot which explains how to do all this easily. Good luck.
Yes if you are replacing tranny then yes you will have to drain it out unless you want a mess im sure you dont, so drain it out just 2 plugs on it and 2 min later replace plugs it will be empty by then.
Manual transmissions do not have dipsticks, they have fill plugs in the sides of their cases.
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.
Most if not all plugs have gaskets.
AnswerIf 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 manual tranny drain plug on a 2g dsm turbo is a single bolt on the inside of the tranny (opposite side of the where the cv axle attaches) near the crossmember. The tranny drain plug for a non turbo dsm is on the bottom part of the transmission and is also a single bolt.
Which drain plugs?
No dipstick, just filler level plugs on the transmission and the transfer boxes.
It requires gear oil and its a combination trans and diff. Usually 75 80 or 80 90 gear oil is used. bottom of trans there are two plugs, one for fill and the other for drain.
Not in my experience. The second one your seeing could be the transmission oil pan drain plug.
Many of todays vehicles do not have drain plugs. You have to remove the pan to change the filter and fluid.
check under the transmission. there should be 2 drain plugs almost side by side. 1 is the engine oil and the other is transmission oil.
You remove the drain plugs. The transmission drain plug is located directly below the center of the transmission end cover on the right side of the bike and the primary chaincase drain plug is located directly below the center of the large, round clutch inspection (derby) cover.
21mm socket or wrench
If you look at the side of the transmission, you will see two plugs that look the same. But one will be towards the bottom real low, that will be the drain plug. The higher plug will be the fill plug and it will be 4-5 inches above the lower plug.
The transmission fill plug on a 2000 Suzuki Alto is behind the drain plug. Both the plugs are located underneath the transmission.