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Drain some transmision fluid

There is no drain plug on the tranny pan. what is the easiest way to drain some fluid. it is over full.

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Suck it out with a turkey baster with a long hose attached, or a siphon kit for a gas tank.

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At the bottom of tranny there should be a drain plug. Thanks for asking and I hope this helps out.Please leave me 4 thumbs up.

Posted on Jul 20, 2010

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