Question about Toyota Corolla
I don't know how much is too much, but if you want to drain some out you can remove the drain plug (if it has one) and drain some that way. If it does not have a drain plug you can remove the pan bolts (all but a few) and let the fluid run out over the pan. Be sure not to remove all the bolts. As you loosen the bolts the pan will start to lower. Then you can fill it to the proper level.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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