No, you have to pull the auto trans pan to change the oil/filter. Dont' forget a new gasket when you do it. BTW, many transmission shops will service the trans for near cost, just to get you in the door so they can tell you what's wrong and hope to sell you a transmission repair. If it ran well when you took it in, just have them do the service and tell them that you can't afford a transmission rebuild right now. They'll give you financing options and tell you why you should do it now, but don't. If it's running, just keep driving it and keep the fluids changed.More specifically
There is no transmission drain plug. You need to remove the transmission pan to change the fluid. It would also be a good idea to change the transmission filter at this time and re-install with a new pan gasket.
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Be careful where you go though shop around a little i went to a tires plus once and they charged me over 300$ to do a filter and fluid change and at the time i was 18 and didnt know better. Got one done today by my trusted mechanic and it was under 100$
There is no drain plug assuming it is an automatic transmission it is drained when removing the transmission pan and changing the transmission filter.
bottom of radiator
On the oil pan.
There is no such drain.
It does not have a A/T drain plug. The pan must be removed.
The coolant drain on a 2003 Pontiac Grand Am is located on the bottom of the radiator on the right side. It allows coolant to be quickly removed during maintenance and flushes.
I have a 2000 Pontiac Grand AM and radiator drain cock is located at the lower/front (not bottom) at the curbside of the radiator, you will need a hex key to back out petcock.
It does not have a drain plug. You have to remove the oil pan to drain the transmission.
they dont have a drain plug in order to change fluid you have to take off the trans pan.
there may not be one if there is is it on the bottom side and if it is not you candrain it by removing the bottom rad hose The 1999 Pontiac Grand Am does not have a radiator drain valve. To drain the radiator, remove the lower radiator hose. The engine should be cold and the water fill cap removed for venting. I have a 2000 Pontiac Grand AM and radiator drain cock is located at the lower/front (not bottom) at the curbside of the radiator, you will need a hex key to back out petcock. .
there isn't one,you have to remove the bottom cover,where the filter is
If you are reffering to the Transmission drain-plug, then it will be a bolt that is not holding anything that is on your transmission, much like an oil drain-plug. but with some carsyouneed to suck it out from a plug on the top of the transmission.
where is the plug to drain the oil in a 2005 Pontiac vibe
The transmission does not have a drain plug. You have to remove the oil pan to drain.
The drain is located above the transmission.
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 is located on the passenger side, just inside the tire. It is on the back side of the drain pan, as opposed to the bottom of the pan.
on the radiator
the transmission drain plug is located on the transmission underneath the dash area
The automatic transmission does not have a drain plug. You remove the pan to drain the fluid.
The 1991 Pontiac Grand Am radiator drain plug can be found on the bottom of the radiator. The radiator drain plug will be in the center of the radiator bottom.
The transmission drain plug is actually not located on the 1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme. This car has a transmission pan that has to be removed rather than a drain plug.
The motor oil drain plug is located on the motor oil pan. The Transmission oil drain plug is located on the Transmission oil pan.
There is a drain plug located on the bottom on the transmission, towards the right rear.