There is not one. Just unloosen all the pan bolts If you're going to take all the bolts out, you'll need to buy six quarts of DEXTRON III Transmission Fluid to replace the lost fluid. Since you've got the transmission pan off anyways, you should go ahead and replace the filter and gasket. ($12.99 @ Autozone) Also, clean the magnet that is attached to the pan itself.
If it is a plastic radiator and it is stripped, no, if it is metal yes.
The 1998 Pontiac Transport evaporator drain hose can be found on the bottom of the air conditioner compressor. The evaporator drain hose routes water to the bottom of the engine compartment.
There is no drain plug assuming it is an automatic transmission it is drained when removing the transmission pan and changing the transmission filter.
the sunfire auto trans has no drain plug. You must drop the pan.
You'll have to pull the transmission pan, and drain the fluid. This is a messy job. I recommend having it done at the shop if you can.
You have to remove the pan to drain the transmission.You have to remove the pan to drain the transmission.
It does not have a drain plug. You have to remove the transmission pan from the bottom of the transmission to drain the fluid.
There is no drain plug on this transmission.
The automatic transmission does not have a drain. You remove the pan to drain.
where is the airconditor drain hose on a 1999 Pontiac Bonneville
where is the plug to drain the oil in a 2005 Pontiac vibe
There is a drain plug in the transmission pan.
There is no such drain.
There is no transmission drain plug. Your transmission uses the same oil from the primary. Draining your primary drains your transmission.
It does not have a drain plug. You have to remove the oil pan to drain the transmission.
Just the drain tube "yes" but not the nipple that it goes to.............
Ther is no drain plug in the transmission
94 civic transmission fluid drain
there is no drain plug for the transmission!
You remove the pan on the bottom.
Remove the Ford Ranger automatic transmission drain plug. The drain plug is in the bottom of the transmission. Allow the oil to drain out and replace the plug. Fill the transmission with new transmission fluid.
GM eliminated dipsticks for automatics. You can only drain, and refill. There will be a little red/yellow cap near the top of the transmission by the firewall, where the dipstick used to be.
It does not have one. You will have to remove the transmission fluid pan to drain the transmission.
There is none for an automatic transmission. You will have to drop (take off) the transmission fluid pan to drain it.
the transmission drain plug is located on the transmission underneath the dash area