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I was wanting to know where's the location of automatic transmission drain plug on 2004 Chevy venture if there is a drain plug.

I searched around the transmission pan and not able to locate a drain plug, can someone maybe help me.

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Need to take that to a jiffy lube or something like that.. in which they will use a trans tech machine to pull out old fluid and replace with recommended amount.

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No drain plug and being a gm product probably not dipstick either and that means no place for a diy to fill it
the pan comes off toe change the oil and the new oil is pumped in to a set amount by accredited transmission specialist shops

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Testimonial: "Thanks Bill Boyd, I Kind of figured that there's no drain plug, I guess the only way is to remove the transmission pan and go from there, thanks for helping Bill.."

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