If it has one it will be on the transmission pan. Some trans do not have a drain plug, and the pan must be removed to drain the fluid.-NOT TRUE!!!
Plug being on the drain pan is only true for an automatic transmission and yes there is one there. If it's automatic turbo it has 2 drain plugs on/near the pan and non turbo automatic there is on drain plug on the pan.
The manual tranny drain plug on a 2g dsm turbo is a single bolt on the inside of the tranny (opposite side of the where the cv axle attaches) near the crossmember. The tranny drain plug for a non turbo dsm is on the bottom part of the transmission and is also a single bolt.
its at the bottem of the rad
it depends if its a five speed then no but if its an auto then yes
Should be a 4 speed.
A 1995-98 Eagle Talon Tsi has 210hp
check your speedometer sensor located back left of engine bay on top of the transmission
On the fuel rail
yes as long as the Talon is not a turbo. both engines are the 420a.
A 1995-98 Eagle Talon Tsi has 210hp stock.
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