Question about 2000 Dodge Caravan
It is indeed under the trans pan. the trans pan is on the driver side of the car. it should have a fairly large drain bolt in it.
my i suggest that unless this service is absolutely needed that you leave your transmission alone.
chances are that your transmission is already malfunctioning, and if thats the case you will need a new transmission. as fluid changes have no effect on ultradrive transmissions that are malfunctioning.
in fact fluid changes on working ultradrive transmissions have been known to make them non-functional.
AND ONLY USE ATF+4 TRANNY FLUID
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
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