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Differential fluid where is the differentail drain plug located on 01 chrysler 300m

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SOURCE: 2003 Chrysler 300m overheating

would recommend replacing thermostat first. could be sticking

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SOURCE: Location of the oilpan and filter of my 1999 Chrysler 300M

there is a large plastic cover/shield under the car, remove it and the filter and oil pan are right there, the filter is in the front.

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SOURCE: 1987 944 porsche transmission and differntial fluid

I'm assuming that this is a 5 speed stick car because you mentioned 80-90 oil. This car has a transaxle, not a a separate transmission and differential. The transaxle houses the transmission gears and the differential all in one housing. There is a drain plug on the bottom a fill plug on the side. Here's a link to one of the best do-it-yourself 944 sites on the web. Click on the "garage shop manual" link in the sidebar and scroll down to "transaxle fluid change".

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SOURCE: trying to find location of blower on 2002 chrysler

under the glove box,pull out plastic push pin holding plastic duct work and remove duct piece,three screws holding blower motor cover,remove them,then disconnect blower motor wires at connector,remove three screws holding motor up in place.
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To flush rear differentail, (Honda dealer flush diff system for about $155)
1. remove both drain plug and let the fluid drain out(picture below)
2.Install lower drain plug, pump fluid in differentail using top plug until fluid come out.
3. install upper drain plug.
4.driver car for 3 miles and make couple U turn left and right.
5.repeat step 1-3 and you're done. Do one more flush if noise is still there.

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I just want to know the location of the drainplug of the transmission of my chrysler 300m. My transmission has water in it and I want to drain. Please advise

i have attached a schematic diagram, showing the drain plug for your transmission system. please have a look at it. i am sure it solves the problem.please rate my solution as helpful.thanks and regards, venu. have a great day.7bfda0b.jpg

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