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Can't locate Oil Plug underneath

I have looked everywhere online and can't seem to find a picture of where the plug should be. I just don't want to drain the trans. fluid by accident. PLEASE someone help...

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  • mrosalez Feb 06, 2009

    Thank you so much, I'm going straight home after work to work on it.

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In a 1994 jimmy, I am pretty sure it is located at the oil pan at the bottom of the pan.Under the engine.

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It's easy to tell the difference, the trans pan is very flat and square. The oil pan is also square but it it not as wide, it is taller and goes higher up into the engine area than the trans. Good luck

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