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Oil plug or auto tranny plug

Where is the oil plug for my 2001 chevy venture and how do I make sure that it is not the auto tranny plug.

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The oil pan for the engine is made of steel. Most trans pans are made of aluminum. The oil pan is usually painted black and the drain plug is at the bottom of the pan and is a 15mm or 9/16th or so.

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I hope this helps.
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