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Trainmission how do i drain my transmission

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You need to remove the transmission oil pan and replace the filter and gasket inside

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SOURCE: Extra transmission fluid

No, not that I know of, or ever heard of. I don't know why these car manufacturers can't put a drain plug on the tranny pan. It would be so much easier.

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