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I need to locate the Tranny fluid drain plug on my 1993 1.4 ltr Toyota Corolla.

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  • Everett Kerr Jul 23, 2009

    sorry it is an auto trans. Will removing the pan cover cause a 'full dump' of the fluid?? I just had to tighten all the pan cover bolts as it was leaking around edges and I accidently over filled the fluid when topping up. I suppose I could put a small rubber tube down the fluid level check pipe and syphon a bit out.LOL

  • Everett Kerr Jul 23, 2009

    back to the original leaking problem. All the pan bolts were loose and there was leaking around the edge of the pan cover.I tightened the bolts and it seemed to stop the leak. Will removing the pan cover completely cause a major loss of fluid?? I am concerned about the enviromental impact of a major fluid loss.

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If it is an automatic than there is no drain plug for the transmission. You will need to drop the pan and drain the fluid this way. If it is a standard then the drain plug will be on the bottom of the transmission. It will most likely be a 3/8 allen bit. Hope this helps. Good luck.

Posted on Jul 23, 2009

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    Chris Jones Jul 23, 2009

    Yes this is a full fluid dump. However if all you need to do is remove a small amount then there is a small tube that is connected to a primer bulb that is designed for just such a job. Any auto parts store should have them and only cost about $10 or so.

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There is no drain plug, u must remove the trans pan to service the fluid.

Posted on Jul 23, 2009

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    yadayada Jul 23, 2009

    you should be able to buy a cheap siphon gun from a parts store, don't drive this overfilled you will ruin the trans,.

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