Question regarding Dodge Neon 2004.....

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  1. quake99

    quake99 New Member

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    it was accidently overfilled with transmission fluid(it wasn't me), i looked at the car, and it looks like it doesn't have a transmission drain plug.

    anyone know does it have one? i don't want to waste money buying another gasket for no reason.
     
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    AcidAngel_5.0 Pure 0wnage

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    there will be a plug on it.. im not a dodge nor neon but all trannies have drain plugs..
    they are not underneath like oil drain plugs.. they will be on the side of the tranny
     
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    If it's like the 3 speeds there is no plug. You drain by taking off the pan, lol.
     
  4. Camaro > rice

    Camaro > rice New Member

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    maybe on a manual transmission, but very few (if any even) automatic transmissions have drain plugs. you just have to remove the pan. or in your case you could probably loosen about half the bolts or so until it starts to leak then bolt it back up and check it. :bigthumb: also, if there was a plug, and it wasn't on the bottom, it wouldn't drain out anyways.
     

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