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Need to drain transmission fluid

I had a transmission fluid line come lose on my 2001 Chevy Blazer, I got the problem fixed and put transmission fluid back in it...well my b/f added more b/c "there wasn't enough" and now there's 8 quarts 2 much in it! I was told that it just needs to be drained out and that he'd charge me $75 to do it. Well, I really I think I could do this myself w/ some instruction. I watched him change my altenator and realized it was easy!!! I could've done it myself, and I'm tired of spending money on this stupid truck that needs fixed every week!!! so could anyone tell me how to drain the transmission fluid out?? Thank you

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There may be a drain plug on the pass. side of the trans if not then you can loosen about 5 or 6 of the bolts on the pan (bottom) and it will drain...becareful it is messy and will flow quickly

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