Oil drain plugs are nearly always on the backside of the oil pan...
That means if you are lying on the ground with your feet sticking out the front of the car, you're most likely NOTgoing to be able to see it!
Identify the oil pan and scooch up a little further underneath the car so you can see the back edge of the pan - then look/feel just up the backside of the pan and there is the plug!
I've done 5 Spring oil changes this week on my mini-fleet of Ford products - and it's always the same - once you know where to look.
Btw, it seems that 15mm box wrenches work on most of the plugs - not always room for a socket wrench to fit up there. ---- ---- * See "Related Questions" below for information regarding what type of oil to use
* BE SAFE! Use jack stands and wheel chocks to keep the car in the air when your head is underneath it! Car jacks can, and DO fail, and cars can roll backwards when lifted in the air - not always, but you don't need to chance it.
Ramps & wheel chocks are another good way to make room.
* Have plenty of rags handy for when removing the oil filter - most of them will spill oil onto parts of the frame (Windstar), or pipes below (Sable, Taurus, Contour).
* Most v6 engines have the oil filter in such a place as to require a filter wrench that grabs the bottom of the filter - using a socket wrench and some extensions.
* Filters on v6 engines are not always easy to spot - use a flashlight and look every where! It's gotta be there somewhere...
* Most auto parts stores & quick oil change locations will take your old oil for recycling for free.
* Refer to the Owners Manual for how much oil your specific year of car and engine holds - See "Related Questions" below for more == == ---- Oil pan, bottom of engine. ---- On a 1995 (3.0 Liter OHV "Vulcan") Mercury Sable, the oil filter is located in the front quarter of the engine in the center (from left to right) approximately one third of the way up into the engin block. Lying on one's back and looking up into the engine, when your head is about eighteen inches in from the front of the car anf you are roughly in the center (from left to right), you should see the oil filter, a cylinder roughly four inches across and four inches deep that screw clockwise into the oil reservoir. Don't forget to drain the oil out of the reservoir using the plug before removing the filter. The filter is also visible looking straight down into the engine under the hood, about eight inches past the visible front of the engine in the center (from left to right) and about eighteen inches straight down. If you have a 3.8 liter, the oil filter is not readily visible: look towards the front, passenger side of the engine. It is up in a small opening above a part of the frame crossbar. This location makes it pretty messy as the bit of oil that spills out of the filter lands on this frame member - be quick with moving the drainpan to catch it! ;) When you are under the car, about 18 inches from the front of the car the oil pan is directly in the middle of the car. You can't see the drain plug probably because the plug is on the side of the pan in the back. Use a 16mm wrench to take out the plug. The oil drain plug is under the car. You'll have to jack up the car high enough to see it. Once you do it'll be easy. The hard part is get the car at least 18 inches off the ground. Use a hydraulic jack and jack stands to do so. ---- The oil filter is located in the front, passenger side corner - tucked up above a part of the front frame.
Kinda messy, without a clear access for the wrap-around / band style of filter wrench. The oil drainage plug on a 1996 Ford Taurus is located approximately 18 inches to the inside of the right front wheel, 10 inches towards the back of the automobile.
Secure the vehicle, raise the front end and put it up on jacks Crawl under the front of the car and look up at the front of the engine - the oil filter is a small cylinder off of the front of the engine near the bottom
Without knowing what size engine you have, I'll offer that the 3.8 engine oil filter is in the front passenger side corner - accessible from under the engine.
Be forewarned it's kind of messy as the oil that naturally spills when removing the filter, lands on a support bracket. Have a couple rags handy and be ready to quickly move the drain-pan.
None of the Taurus trans pans have a drain plug.
The 2006 Ford Taurus radiator drain plug is located on the bottom of the radiator. The drain plug can be removed with a half inch ratchet.
There are a few drain 'plugs' on a typical Taurus/Sable:Radiator drain - bottom right (drivers side) corner of the radiatorOil drainTransmission - actually there isn't one, but many ask if there is.All of the these are covered in the "Related Questions" below...
There is no drain plug on this transmission.
There is no oil filter.. The drain plug is on the left side of the bike.
where is the oil filter and the oil drain plug on a 2001 Lincoln ls where is the oil filter and the oil drain plug on a 2001 Lincoln ls
AnswerBe sure to review the "Related Questions" below for procedures on changing the transmission filter & fluid.Sorry to disappoint but::There is no drain plug on the trans pan. The pan and gasket must be removed to change the fluid and filter.78vettelvr (Steve)AnswerTypically there is no drainplug on transmissions. That's where a large drain pan comes in handy.Loosen the pan bolts slowly, and more at one end to direct drainage that direction.Kinda messy...
The oil filter and drain plug on a 2004 Toyota Corolla is located on the bottom of the engine. The drain plug is on the side of the oil pan while the oil filter is located to the left of it.
There is no drain plug, you must remove the transmission panThere is no drain plug, you must remove the transmission pan
it may be one of the engines that dont have a drain plug exactly if it has a big plug on the bottom of the oil pan that the oil filter is in you drain it when you pull the filter (if the filter is built into the big plug on the bottom of the oil pan)
There is no drain plug. Unbolt the bottom pan of the tranny and pull the filter off.
NO. Buy a syphon kit
rear side of oil pan
oil filter is located on the engine block under the car. drain plug is located on the oil pan.
Where is the Oil drain plug and oil filter on a 2006 chev trailblazer
Nope, no transmission drain plug. You have to drop the pan to drain the fluid and change the filter.
No transmission drain plug. You have to drop the pan, then replace the filter and gasket.
If you can't find the oil drain plug you need to go to tire pro and let them change your oil.................
If you are referring to an automatic transmission drain plug there isn't one.
the drain plug and filter is on the bottom of the engine, put the bike on the center stand and put a oil drain pan under the bike, remove the drain plug, remove the filter cover, remove and replace the filter, replace the drain plug and fill with 10w40 motor oil 3.7 quarts
The oil drain plug is on the front of the motor below the oil filter.
The oil drain plug is located on the bottom of the engine near the oil filter.
No, removing the oil filter will only remove what oil is trapped in the oil filter. If you cannot get the drain plug off then you will have to insert a tube down the dipstick tube and pump the oil out. My advice it to take the vehicle to a trusted mechanic and have them remove the drain plug. It can be removed with the proper tools.
The Filter is inside the round cap at the lower front of the motor. The drain plug is right below that. I usually remove the filter first and the remove the drain plug
Remove drain plug. Drain oil. Change oil filter element. Replace drain plug. Refill with fresh oil.