If the vehicle is an automatic the transmission pan must be removed. To drain and refill you must do this through the dipstick tube. If it is a manual the drain plug is the same as the check plug. You must insert a hose and drain it manually. In either case it is recommended to have this type of service done at a reputable auto shop.
where can i find the transmission drain plug for the Mazda
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.
Look on the bottom or rear of radiator
There is no drain plug, you must remove the transmission panThere is no drain plug, you must remove the transmission pan
Read your owner's manual. This information can be found there.
Place a drip pan beneath your 1995 Mercedes Benz automatic transmission. Remove the automatic transmission drain plug. Allow the transmission fluid to drain out. Replace the drain plug to its original position. Fill the transmission with new fluid.
Drop the transmission oil pan
There are several in that transmission and they can be accessed by removing the transmission oil pan.
There isn't one. You have to remove the pan to drain
Locate transmission modulator 95 Buick
There is not one. The transmission pan must be removed to change transmission fluid and filter.
Usually you drain and replace it...;)
auto-drain the fluid replace the filter and refill with new AFT (automatic transmission fluid) mannul-drain and replace fluid
For a 1995 manual transmission grand am, the fluid capacity is 2.0 quarts for a complete drain and refill. The fluid type is 80W90 transmission oil.
It doesn't have one, you have to remove the pan.
If you do not see a drain plug on the A/T pan then it does not have one. Pan must be removed to access the filter, and drain & clean the pan. Most transmission fluid pans do not have a drain plug.
Dodge Stratus was created in 1995.
Chevy did not use a transmission drain plug on that year. You MUST remove the Big medal pan, The one that has all the small bolts holding it to the bottom of the transmission. It will be full of fluid... Be sure to have a LARGE drain pan.
If it a rebuilt or new transmission, total refill is 9.1 Qts. For drain and refill it is 4.0 Qts.
you have to remove the pan and pour the oil out but once removed you can buy a kit to put a drain plug in it
What is the fluid capacity of a Toyota Corolla automatic transmission 3.3 Qts drain and fill
If there isn't one on the transmission pan then it doesn't have one. You just take the bolts out of the edge of the pan and let one corner down slowly and drain it that way. There is an aftermarket drain plug availible.
Engine, bottom rear of oil pan. Transmission, does not have one.
Actually , there isn't a drain plug , you would have to drop the transmission pan if you want to change the transmission filter ( or , have a transmission flush done by a shop which I've had done twice on my 1995 Ford Explorer and plan on having done again )
Take drain plug out from bottom of pan. Fill thru the vent tube until fluid comes out of the drain.