Do you have your car on jack stands, or jacked up when changing the oil? If so you might want to see if the car is in a major incline (i.e. front of car up in the air.) If that is the case, then none of your oil is going to come close to your drain hole. its all in the back of the pan. THE CAR HAS 2 (DRAIN PLUGS) TAKE OUT BOTH & U SHOULD GET 5 QUARTS OUT INCLUDING THE OIL FILTER.(YES) TWO PLUGS ON THE SAME OIL PAN !IF THE CAR WAS ON THAT MUCH OF AN INCLINE - YOUR CAR WOULD BE STANDING ON IT'S BUMPER.
Drain plug usually at bottom or rear of the radiator
Look at the rear or side of the oil pan
Undo the straps & it will fall. Drain it first.
there is no dipstick u have 2 drain the oil or put ur finger in there to chk it to see if theres oil only cause its has a transfer case
Are you an idiot? Remove the drain plug, drain the oil, unscrew the filter, put on a new one, refill with oil. Who doesn't know that?
On the oil pan, bottom of the engine. Crawl under the car and look, you will find it.
I'm not a mechanic / technician but have you pulled the engine oil dipstick up or out . I've heard you have to do that on some vehicles
Unfortunately there is no drainplug on an automatic transmission fluid pan ( unless an after market drain plug has been installed ) You have to drop the pan
You can insert a suction devise down to dipstick tube.
Usually on the drivers side, bottom of rad. But, it will be easier to just remove the lower rad. hose.
Inside the Fuel Tank. You'll have to drain and drop the fuel tank to change it. Not a job for the untrained!
Replacing the thermostat on a 1996 Grand Marquis is not very hard. First, follow the upper radiator hose to find the thermostat. Then disconnect the hose and drain it. After the hose is drained, remove the bolts holing the thermostat housing in place. Take the old thermostat out and replace with a new one.
I'm not a mechanic / technician but by any chance have you not pulled out the engine oil dipstick . For some reason you are supposed to do that in order for the engine oil to drain
You can flush the block thru the line to the heater core at the firewall. This will flush the heater core also.
There is no transaxle dipstick, only drain plugs.
Where is the ac drain tube for 2004 grand prix
There is no such drain.
If you dont see the petcock, then pull the bottom hose to the radiator; remove radiator cap or remove cap from the fill antifreeze expansion add-to tank reservoir. I think this will remove any air lock and drain out faster.
where is the ac drain on 1999 jeep grand cherokee limited
Yes, that is one way to do it, but why? Why not just remove the drain plug and drain the oil. Removing the oil by sucking it out the dipstick tube will not get all the old oil out, but it can be done that way for whatever reason.
GM eliminated dipsticks for automatics. You can only drain, and refill. There will be a little red/yellow cap near the top of the transmission by the firewall, where the dipstick used to be.
There isn't a transmission dipstick. Auto mechanics have tools that will flush the transmission but other than that, there is no dipstick. There is a transmission pan under the truck where you can drain/flush your transmission.
The word drain is a noun (drain, drains) or a verb(drain, drains, draining, drained). Examples:noun: The water ran down the drain.verb: I pulled the plug to drain the water.
put a hose in the tank and suck on it until gas starts to come out make sure what you are draining into is kept lower than the tank and that you keep the gas out of you mouth