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Old 06-21-2009, 04:26 PM   #1
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Location/Picture of transmission drain plug?

Hi all, I'm new to the forums and just started doing some work on my 2007 Acura TL. I'm curious if anyone knows the location of the transmission drain plug, or if there is a write-up on how to do a drain-and-fill of it. I tried a search but couldn't seem to find much. Thank you in advance if you can help me out.
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is yours an MT or AT? I dont know if its the same location on an 07 car, but here's the one for an 04-06 model AT transmission:

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