on the bottom of the oil pan?
There is no drain plug. Only a fill plug. You have to remove the cover to drain the rear end. Use RTV to reseal it.
Underneath the car.
On the oil pan, under the car. If you can't find the drain plug, you have no business changing your own oil.
The drain plug should be located on the passenger side of the radiator. It is a small nut, usually white plastic.
It is on the front right lower side of the radiator. To find it go look in front of the right front tire toward the radiator, on the radiator you will see a little plastic looking plug; thats the radiator drain plug.
on the oil pan underneath the car
Possibly. Crawl under the car and look. They will be locted on the oil pan.
Bottom of the engine on the oil pan.
where is the fluid drain plug in a 1944 ford E350 rv motor home with an automatic trainsmission
On my ( 1991 ) Ford Mustang 5.0 liter the spark plug gap was ( .054 inch ) What year of Ford Mustang ?
Uniess it has an aftermarket cover with a drain plug the only way is to remove the cover on the rear of the housing. (can be messy)