Transmission Fluid

Where do you drain transmission fluid on a manual 95 altima?

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2012-05-12 04:20:34
2012-05-12 04:20:34

I have a 95 Altima with manual transmission. I'm assuming it would be in the same place as mine. The drain bolt is a 12mm about 6 inches to the left as your looking at it and just slightly lower

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