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Old 08-05-2011
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Tranny Drain plug

Anyone tap their pan instead of pulling the pan to change the fluid everytime. I usually do a fluid and filter flush then just change the fluid 30k miles later. then after another 30k ill flush and change the filter. Dropping the pan this much is annoying. anyone tap there pan?

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When I was changing my transmission i thought of putting in a drain plug. I think next time I change my fluid I will.

Theres a couple DIY plug kits on ebay. Im sure theyd work
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I put a plug in my pan last time i did a flush, i got the plug kit at Napa.
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