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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi some of them are a pain ,but if your paitient you'll get it ,they are normally held in by 3 7/32nd bolts just remove the connector and remove the screws and it will come out ,if the floor insulation under your carpet gets in the way I usually carfully take a utility knife and cut out a small square to allow more room to pull it down and out ,depending on the placement of the resistor.
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
The manuals have 2 plugs, one on top and one on bottom but both on the side. They are usually located on the pasanger side of the body of the trany. Its about a 3/4" to a 1" plug with a slot to place your 1/4" or 1/2" breaker bar in. Verys in size. Bottom drains, top to fill and check with your finger for fluid by just reaching it in. Should come close to poring out the top whole. Automatics drain by removing the pan and fill by poring through the trany dip stick tube. The automatic transmisson dip stick tube shoud be close to the fire wall.
Posted on Jun 24, 2010
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