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How do i change the transmission fluid on a 2005 4cly 2.4 galant?

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  • Anonymous Dec 14, 2008

    Where is the transmission filter located on a 2003 galant 2.4 4cyl.

  • dinkey-doo Jan 13, 2009

    my car shakes when i'm pullin off and then when i hit 60mph it shakes again and also i just got my brakes change but my car shakes like crazy when i'm slowing down and i have not wippers

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PULL THE PLUG FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE TRANS AXLE LET ALL THE FLUID DRAIN OUT, PUT THE PLUG BACK IN. AND REFILL WITH A FUNNEL THROUGH THE TRANSMISSION DIPSTICK. YOU MIGHT WANT TO CHANGE THE FILTER TOO. THE FILTER IS BEHIND THE TRANSMISSION FLUID OIL PAN.

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