It is on the oil pan towards the back.
I believe it is in the center bottom of the rad ;but it is easier to loosen up an end of the lower hose to drain the system. Mark
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
Your band, 1-2, 2-3, and 3-4 shift solenoids are located on the tranny. You have to drain your tranny fluid, remove the pan, and they will be located in the valve body.
Its under the front end of the vehicle, under a large black guard
1997 - 20002 do not have dipsticks and you can not check the levels yourself. You must have the vehicle checked by a service center by raising the vehicle and removing bolts on the tranny as if you were going to drain it.
The oil drain valve on a 2000 Ford Explorer Sport is located near the rear of the oil pan. The radiator drain petcock is located at the bottom the radiator.
Radiator? Turn clockwise to open To remove entire unit turn valve body counterclockwise
The transmission fill plug on a 02 Rodeo 4wd is on the bottom of the transmission. It is located to the rear of the drain plug.
well for one they do not have a dipstick there is a fill plug by the drain plug you will need a specail tool or take it to a mechanic
It is located on the passenger side underneath the car.
Sorry...no plug you need to remove the pan to service the AUTO trans. If it's a 5 speed there is a plug on the back left of the trans.
There isn't a transmission dipstick. Auto mechanics have tools that will flush the transmission but other than that, there is no dipstick. There is a transmission pan under the truck where you can drain/flush your transmission.
drain plug on bottom of radiator
Drain the water from the cooling system. Remove the water supply line to the thermostat. Remove the thermostat housing bolts. Remove the thermostat. Reverse the process to install the new thermostat.
The condensation drain is found under the hood on the firewall at the lowest point of the HVAC box. Many times it can only be seen from underneath the vehicle.
You don't, it's a sealed system and you must rely on the warning light I just had to replace my tranny that isn't correct. you check it from the bottom by starting it on a lift, and topping it off through the fill plug, which is located near the drain plug but higher up. This transmission is also used in GM cars , trooper and rodeo.
look at the oil pan, there are two drain plugs, the one up high is the the fill, the one one bottom is drain, i would suggest buying a transfilter, and both trans gaskets because there is no point in just fillin without just spending 20 mins under it to maintain it.
At the bottom of the engine oil pan.
I have a 1994 Rodeo, 4WD, 5 spd, V6 3.2. The following answer applies to fuel sending units mounted INSIDE a gas tank. The short answer is YES! If you do it yourself, be very careful and drain your tank carefully. I had to drain my other gas tank (Jeep) and I used a $2 siphon pump from Pep Boys inserted through the fill tube. It took forever, but worked! Good luck!
The shift solenoids are located inside the transmission and you have to drain and remove the transmission pan to access them.
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.
if its fuel injected its in the gas tank On the 2.3L it is located beneath the intake manifold. It is mechanical, and can fail leaking oil from a drain tube connected to it. It can be removed without removing the intake.
The drain is located above the transmission.
at the bottom of the radiator on the driver side