You will need to support the trans/t-case if you remove the belly pan. Is the plug really inaccessible, I don't know about standards, but I know I can get the pan off my auto without dropping the skid...
Got it done. You can get to the drain plug with the pan on but the oil will just run into the pan, no hole to go through. You can't get to the fill hole with the pan on however and it isn't easy with it off. Here is bit of info for anyone doing this. The fill and drain plugs on the B10/5 tranny take a 5/16 male pipe plug socket to get them out. Bloody engineers!
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