Question about 1997 Eagle Vision
Does anyone know where I can find the drain plug? If possible, could anyone give me links to sites that tell how to change the transmission fluid in my eagle vision.
NO there is no drain plug on a transmission. There never is one which i could never understand. You have to loosen all the pan bolts and pull them out one by one till a corner one is left and slightly pry it open and aim it into a drain pan. It's a pain in the **** but this is the only way, then the fiter will be exposed so you can change that too,
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
The transmission pan has no drainplug. You need to losen all bult and drop the pan to drain the fluid. Bend gently with a screwdriver to losen the pan if ot has stuckt.Then install new filter and a new gasket .Reinstal and tighten all bolts.This is how i did on my chrysler vision(eropean eagle vision).
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
I don't believe this pan has a drain plug. Loosen all the bolts and loosen the pan w/ a putty knife. Then slowly lower the pan at one corner to allow the fluid to pour out into a drain pan. Once most of it is gone you can handle it and not spill it all over the place.
Posted on May 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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