TOYOTA MANUAL TRANSMISSION DRAIN PLUG
Manual Transmission Drain Plug | Toyota Nation Forum
So yes, there are two plugs. The drain plug you will see by looking at the tranny from driver side near the drive axle. The fill plug is the one you stick your finger in and is somewhere below the clutch slave cylinder. Undo them with a 24mm socket.
Manual Transmission Plugs | Tacoma World
Actually, I think the tranny fill plug is on the opposite side on the transmission that comes with the 3.4 compared to the 2.7. I know the reverse sensor is on the opposite side. The drain plug on the t-case is usually not on the bottom, but on the bottom edge of the back of the t-case.
Toyota Tacoma Gasket; plug. Drain, differential
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How to Change Manual Transmission Fluid – Toyota Corolla
Tighten the drain plug to 29 ft-lbs with a torque wrench. The manual transmission Toyota Corolla requires 75W-90 GL-4 transmission fluid. I use and recommend the Red Line MT-90. In order to fill the transmission fluid, we need to get a funnel that can enter in the fill port.
Toyota Tacoma: How to Change Manual Transmission Fluid
Toyota Tacoma: How to Change Manual Transmission Fluid. Step 1 – Drain the transmission. On the left of the transmission is the fill plug, and on the right of it is the drain plug. Place the drain pan under the drain plug, and slowly loosen it.