I'm sorry, but there is no drain plug on the transmission pan. The manufacture decided that if your changing the fluid out, then you need to change the filter with it. Therefore you do not need a plug. Well, I still say that you need a plug to get out as much fluid as possible so that you do not spill much fluid on the ground. SORRY.... Additional Info: There is no transmission drain plug on ANY vehicle - you have to remove the entire pan - I've done it on every vehicle I've ever owned. A trick to not spill too much fluid is to remove the bolts from a corner of the pan and loosen the surrounding bolts until the pan starts to tilt down a little. Make sure you have a drain pan below that corner to catch the fluid as it comes out. Keep loosening bolts and tilting the tranny pan until most or all of the fluid has drained out. Replace the filter and gasket, bolt your pan back on, and re-fill the transmission throught the dipstick tube using a narrow ended funnel that can seat INSIDE the dipstick tube.
There isn't one. You have to remove the pan to drain the transmission fluid.
On the bottom of the Radiator.
No. The torque converter does not have a drain.
The oil drain plug is on the bottom of the oil pan.
It does not have a drain plug. You have to remove the oil pan to drain the transmission.
The transmission does not have a drain plug. You have to remove the oil pan to drain.
On the top of the transmission tunnel.
where is the ac drain on 1999 jeep grand cherokee limited
You have to remove the transmission pan to drain the fluid. Change the filter(s). Reinstall the pan and fill the fluid.
No. Each has its own drain plugs. The auto tran. Is filled at the pipe where the dip stick is. Check manual for fluid types or go to a parts house or the jeep dealer. Either one will help you.
There is no drain plug assuming it is an automatic transmission it is drained when removing the transmission pan and changing the transmission filter.