transmission drain plug

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Asked by May 22, 2013 at 11:49 AM about the 2002 Jaguar X-TYPE 3.0

Question type: General

where can I find the transmission drain plug to replace fluid

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is it not on the lowest point on your transmission oil pan? Hopefully not a "permanently sealed" affair like my MINI CVT transmission has...simply not accessible for the owner...might be something like this...if you cannot see it by putting an eyeball on the pan~

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do you have a picture never change one before not sure which plug is the correct one I know to remove the battery then on top of trans is allen screw and to pull drain plug on bottom of pan is this correct are there one or more plugs on the bottom of pan?

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hmmm...the lowest one would be the one~

you could put 'em back if not it... nothing is sacred down there~

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