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I have a 2006 toyota tacoma with a sealed tranny. what should i do if i accedentally pull the tranny plug instead of the oil?

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You don't have a tranny plug. The oil plug is on the oil pan for the engine, and the transmission is just a pan.

Posted on Sep 07, 2010

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