The Transmission Fluid Check bolt is in the front right part of the Transmission Pan. This is in regards to a 1998 Chevy Cavalier (since I have one myself) and may not be correct for any other year.
This bolt is just to check the fluid level is correct and will not drain the entire Transmission fluid reservoir, you must remove the pan to remove the transmission fluid.
It don't have 1. You MUST remove the transmission pan to drain the fluid.
Open plug at bottom or rear bottom of radiator
It don't have 1. you must remove the transmission pan to drain the fluid.
There should be a radiator drain on bottom right side. turn it until it stops then pull out on it.
as long as the transmissions are the same yes but there may be a wiring difference as well as cv joint size difference
It is 5.5 litres, draining the pan only and filter.
Why in the hell would you want to? You will burn your transmission up if you do, for sure.
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NEED help is there a diagram with the bolts in the backseat of a 1998 chevy cavalier?