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Old 06-01-2007, 10:28 AM   #1
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Default 2004 Civic, CAN'T FIND TRANSMISSION DRAIN PLUG

I've changed transmission fluid many times in other cars. I found out that there is no pan, no filter. I just need to pull the plug and go from there. Well, I looked everywhere and I can't find the Drain Plug. If someone can help I'd be very greatful.
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OK I found a plate that had 2 bolts holding it in. Undernieth there is a gold thing sticking out with a small screw on it. It looks like its connected to something I don't want to mess with, but is this what I'm looking for. I'm new to this car and I don't want to break anything. Please Help.
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not sure if it's the same on an auto (not sure what you have, auto or manual) but on a manual here's the bolt you need to remove circled in white, at the bottom - this is for an older civic, so it won't be at the same location for your car - just look around:

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a bit more help:

this is what the fill plug looks like:
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and the drain:
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how did i find this? i searched the archives for "transmission plug"
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fyi ...manual's dont have a filter...
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