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#698925 - 06/18/17 4:31 pm Locating transmission drain plug on B25  
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Just having a little trouble identifying the plug on my 1970 B25. Is it the big screw under the top fill plug, that's rather flat looking? And if so, what's the easiest way to remove it? It looks tight under there!

Thanks!!

Alex

Last edited by Alexp; 06/18/17 4:57 pm. Reason: Unable to walk and spell at the same time!
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#698928 - 06/18/17 4:55 pm Re: Locating transmission drain plug on B25 [Re: Alexp]  
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Its the hole at the top rear above the long single stud for the oil feed block in this pic, use a good fitting socket (whitworth most likely even in 70) on the drain plug head


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#698941 - 06/18/17 6:14 pm Re: Locating transmission drain plug on B25 [Re: Alexp]  
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Amazing! I thought that was it! Just absolutely wanted to be sure!! Thanks Kommando!!


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