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I''ve looked at the DIY thread about swapping trans fluid, but I can't view any of the pictures, I think it's a photobucket problem. Could anyone link pictures of tthe drain plug i need to take out to empty the fluid?
 

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pic dont work?
 

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Humpf - it showed up after I posted it.

drmilr got it.
 

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thanks for the info. I just wanted to verify I was opening the right plug.

As for the pictures in the other thread, this is what I'm seeing:
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not really sure what the problem is.
 

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Probably too late, but it's the left flush bolt in the pic, the one that accepts an allen, not the e-type hex bolt on right. The photobucket issue is a real pain, they decided to piss everyone off and get a little too greedy apparently.
 

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I''ve looked at the DIY thread about swapping trans fluid, but I can't view any of the pictures, I think it's a photobucket problem. Could anyone link pictures of tthe drain plug i need to take out to empty the fluid?
It is on your driver side behind the tire your best bet is to take it off and there will be a little He pull it off if stuff comes out it was too full if it is overheating it’s probably too full do not flush it but you can empty some and drain it and add some but not worth it just leave it like I said maybe add a new one and let some of the old at the bottom drain out
 
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