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Transmision plug im trying to grain my transmission but i dont know where it is p;ease help

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The plug is on the bottom of the trans. close to the engine cradle it is a 23 or 24 mm bolt it also has a crush gasket just like your engine oil drain plug. you'll need to remover the plastic cover from underneath to see this.

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