It don't have 1. You must remove the transmission pan to drain the fluid.
The automatic transmission does not have a drain plug. You remove the pan to drain the fluid.
There is no drain plug . you will need to remove the trans. pan to drain fluid.
There is a drain plug located on the bottom on the transmission, towards the right rear.
its located inside the transmission. need to drain fluid, remove pan.
The transmission on a 2002 Hyundai will have a drain bolt located underneath it. Loosen the bolt and drain the old fluid into a pan. Once done use Hyundai recommended transmission fluid and pour it in.
It doesn't have one. You have to remove the pan to drain.
On the 2002 Mitsubishis Lancer , you add the transmission fluid down the dipstick tube. There is a specific fluid for manual transmissions , that information is in the manual under Fluid Capacities.
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 none for an automatic transmission. You will have to drop (take off) the transmission fluid pan to drain it.
On a 1998 Honda Civic there is a transmission drain bolt located on the bottom of the housing. Loosen the bolt and drain all of the old fluid. Using Honda ATF fluid top off the transmission.
Take the wheel off closest to the gearbox, then you can clearly see the Automatic Transmission fluid drain plug. Its just behind the brake caliper. You may want to fill up and drain the gearbox twice in order to properly flush the gearbox as best as possible.
The 1989 Mitsubishi transmission fluid tank can be found on the bottom of the transmission. The transmission fluid tank is known as the transmission fluid pan.
Where is the drain plug located
The drain plug is located between the shocks.
no drain plug on the transmission you have to loosen the bolts on the pan.start from one corner and work your way around the transmission pan be ready alot of fluid is gona come out
The transmission drain plug on a 2003 Chevrolet Malibu is located near the fluid level screw. This is directly underneath the manual shaft.
There is a drain plug in the transmission pan.
There is no automatic transmission drain plug. To drain the fluid you have to drop the pan. Be sure to replace the filter at the same time, it is located under the pan.
The transmission drain plug is located on the transmission pan to the rear of the vehicle. Check out the related link for a step by step article with pictures on how to change the transmission fluid in your MB W210 chassis.
The filter is inside the transmission and is not to be serviced. Just drain fluid and replace.
Store under the drain pan of the transmission.
Many automatic transmission do not have drain plugs. You drain the ATF by removing the transmission fluid pan. If you are changing the ATF, you should pull the pan anyway, to replace the ATF filter. You will also need a new pan gasket.If there is an ATF drain plug, it will be located in the transmission fluid pan, on the bottom of the transmission.
Nope, no transmission drain plug. You have to drop the pan to drain the fluid and change the filter.
The transmission drain plug on a 2003 Mitsubishi Galant is located on the front of the transmission, near the bottom. It allows the fluid to be easily removed during maintenance.
94 civic transmission fluid drain