look on the lower inside corner of the radiator
It has to be very near the bottom of the radiator.
there is no drain plug.just remove bottom radiator hose
you imagine Ford putting a drain plug on a cheap ole $35,000 truck. Who do you think they are, Honda?
Hillbilly way open the drain plug on bottom of radiator (make shure the vehicle has not been ran before you do this ) open radiator cap put garden hose in it start it let run about 20 min
There probably is no drain plug,I'm assuming this is an automatic.Just remove most of the bolts,leave a few in loose and drain it on one corner.
drain plug is on the bottom of the oil pan. IF not on the horizontal, it will be on the side of the oil pan right at the bottom
its probably like every other automatic tranny and the answer is there is no drain plug! you have to take off the bottom pan.
Look at the rear or side of the oil pan
If it is a auto trans and there is no drain plug, you have to drop the pan, and change the filter and gasket while you at it. If it is a manual, there is a plug on the lower passenger side of the transmission body. pull it and the fluid will drain.
The transmission fluid in a 1993 Ford F-150 is changed by placing a drain pan under the vehicle and removing the drain plug. Once drained, the plug is installed and the appropriate amount of fluid is added.