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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
on most cars that i have serviced the trans. if the trans has a dipstick tube. you can fill it from there. look for a plug that has a square hole (like a 1/2" ratchet would fit into) or the plug maybe a square head or even a bolt shaped plug. the drain could be on the side of the trans or the bottom. get yourself a Haynes manual #87020 at your local auto parts store or online
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
SOURCE: saturn 1999 sc1 coupe, driver's
there are 4 bolts, two in the rear go into the tracks from the top, you will see them as the seat is stuck forward. the other two go in from the front, you will need a long extension on your ratchet to back them out. after removing the bolts unplug the wires and pull the whole thing out of the car. once you have it upside down you can see what broke and fix it or go buy a replacement at a junkyard and bolt it in. most likely any SC seat up to 96 will fit in it.
Posted on Jan 16, 2011
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