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I can't send you a picture but according to the drawing, the oil drain plug is in the bottom of the transmission oil pan. It should be the standard hex head type drain plug. Actually the drawing shows two drain plugs, one on the bottom and one on the front fo the oil pan. The countersunk hex pipe plug in the front of the pan looks like it's for draining the transmission. Notice the shape of the gasket. The engine oil is in the pan and the transmission oil drains down through the pan.

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Steve

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