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Transmission fluid drain

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.

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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,

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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).

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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.

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