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Look over all vertical surfaces of the tranny - you're looking for a round plug with a square "hole" in it. You should find 2, with 1 of them a few inches higher than the other. A 3/8"drive ratchet will fit into the square hole - the lower plug being the drain and the higher plug being the fill. After draining, refill through upper plug hole until oil starts coming out of it, then re - install plug quickly.
Yes it can be done.
I removed the battery and tray and gearbox mount only then was able to wriggle the motor out (after removing sarter,alternator,power steering and air con compressor). Also removing the plastic cover near the front pulley helped.
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I assume you are talking about the clutch to the transmission. They make a tool that will support the engine and allow you to remove the gearbox on most cars without removing the engine. It is a tight fit but much less work.