where is the auto transmission drain plug located on 2.0 engine

Asked by Dec 10, 2006 at 09:00 PM about the 1997 Mazda 626 DX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I need to change the transmission fluid myself,and need to know if there is a drain plug, or do I need to drop the pan?

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Hello, I've been unable to find a picture of this transmission. I would recommend a quick call to a Mazda dealership. They may be able to walk you through this or at least refer you to someone who can. If this fails, I would recommend buying the Chilton's manual, perhaps on eBay where it would be less expensive. Best of luck! CarGrrl

There is a specific hose on the transmission of my 2000 626, but it is not ont the Chilton's manual or on any pictures on the web.

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There isn't one. You have to pull the pan off. Have a big drain pan and a new gasket handy. If you find the transmission filter, let me know. I partially disassembled the transmission trying to find it before. Ross

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I went to Mazda Dealer parts dept, they downloqaded diagram where the3 plug was located.Very simple, unscrewed plug and drained it.

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