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How do I change the automatic transmission of a Toyota corolla 1995 1300 cc Where can I find the plug? Thank You

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  • Anonymous Dec 11, 2008

    It is for changing the oil of the automatic transmission.
    Can I do that also to connect the tube for cooling the oil to the radiator?
    Thanks for answer

  • paul swallow May 11, 2010

    r u changing the trans or just the fluid. there is no plug if u r changing the fluit u gotta drop the pan

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To replace all fluid you should first purchase a filter & pan gasket set for about $20. You need a good set of ramps & chocks. Pulll the pan and drain (this is about 1quart). Replace the filter and clean the pan, if necessary with a small amount of kerosene and rinse out with atf. There may be a magnet with a peanut-butter like paste (tranny wear), clean that too and replace. Replace pan being very careful to follow pan tightening sequence & torque. Do not overtighten! Take off ramps. Remove hose from of the trans cooler beneath the radiator leading back to the trans. Have a trans funnel in place in the dipstick filler tube. Start engine in P and have a helper pour in trans fluid at the same rate the fluid is spat out of the hose. This is very critical, do not let it run dry because you are already a quart low from the pan cleaning! the rate is about 15-seconds per quart but you should time how long it takes to fill a quart from the cooler line for best results. stop engine when color of fluid being spat out changes to new fluid. check fluid a couple of times afterwards at different temps to be sure. Good luck. Use synthetic ATF for best results (check the bottle for compliance with manuf)

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