Where is the transmission fluid drain plug on a 1999 suburban?
If you don't see a plug screewed into the bottom side of the transmission pan, Then yours don't have 1. You will have to remove the transmission pan to change the fluid and filter.
you change the manual transmission fluid in a '99 cavalier simply by removing the transmission drain plug and allowing all the fluid to drain then replace the plug and refill with Syncromesh transmission fluid(that is the fluid recommended by Chevy for use in your transmission) It should take 2 quarts.
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.
there are two plugs a drain and a fill plug.the drain is on the bottom rear section of the transaxle and the fill is to the front of the transaxle.both accessable from under the car.take the fill plug out and if fluid comes out or you can feal fluid with you pinky finger in the hole it is full.if not fill with mecron automatic trans fluid until up to hole.
The transmission dipstick on a 1999 Corvette is on top of the transmission. It is located in the engine bay, near the front. The Transmission on the 1999 Corvette is located in the rear of the vehicle. The Transmission also contains the rear end drive assembly. It is not located on the rear of the engine block as in a traditional vehicle. There is a Drain plug on the bottom of the transmission gear box…
The 1999 VW Jetta comes with a sealed transmission making it inmpossible to check the fluid. The dealership charges a ridiculous $400 just for transmission fluid change... There are a few sources that say how to check the fluid by removing the drain plug, but it`s a little intimidating(for me at least). By the way, VW strongly advises to use only their trans fluid which costs about $26 bucks a quart, abouts. Yeah, a big…