I drove my Lexus IS 250 2010 car up on ramps, parking brake on, all wheels chocked. Crawl under from front, on your back head about the middle of the vehicle feet out front. Put KY jell on right hand from knuckles to wrist (not fingers) and slide it up between on right side of tranny right at the linkage (very tight fit until your hand is above the tranny). The plug is under the middle of the tranny towards the front of the car, almost as far as you can reach. There is a soft rubbery nipple that sticks down from the middle. I used a small 4" long multi use pliers that I fed to my right hand from my left hand. I slid my left hand in (with the pliers) from where the driveshaft meets the rear of the tranny. Your hand goes up above the tranny and toward the front of the vehicle until I could transfer the pliers to my right hand. Use the pliers in your right hand to grab the nipple of the plug, hold tight and pull down. I guided the tip of the pliers with my left hand. It is difficult to get your left arm in far enough to just feel the nipple. The part itself is 2" diameter but only about 5/8" diameter of the middle protrudes through the floor and the nipple is in the middle of this and has a slot about 1/2" long by 1/16" wide, this is what clogs up with dirt and won't drain. Once the 2" diameter plug is removed, the hole in the floor is only 5/8" diameter, you can't stick your finger up into the hole. Do not replace it, this size of hole should not clog up now. I am 5' 10" tall weighing 190 lbs, my left forearm is 11.5" circumference, my right hand is 2 3/8" thick from the back of my hand to the thick fleshy part of the thumb on the palm side, you need to wiggle the right hand around to get it up beside the linkage.