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How to change the transmission gasket on a 1988 chevy Silverado


Changing the transmission gasket on any car..
You need to drain the transmission fluid - if you get under the car you will see the transmission pan drain plug.

Drain the transmission fluid and then remove the small bolts that hold the fluid pan to the transmission body. You may need a blunt screw driver to break the seal/lever the pan off. Be careful when levering as you don't want to damage the mating surface of the fluid pan.

With the fluid pan removed use a blunt screwdriver to scrape off the old gasket from the pan and the transmission body. Apply a thin smear of sealant to the pan and place the new gasket onto it - line up the holes in the gasket with the bolt holes in the pan.

Lift the pan up against the transmission body and put the bolts in finger tight to hold it into place, then tighten with a socket to pull the pan tight against the transmission body.

To refill the transmission with fresh fluid (don't use the old fluid) have a look on the side of the transmission itself. There will be a filler plug that needs to be unscrewed. Alternatively, you can rig up a funnel/tube and fill the transmission via the transmission dipstick tube. This method takes longer but it tends not to be as messy as filling the transmission via the filler plug.

However, before you start any work on the transmission gasket check that it is actually that gasket at fault. Fluid above/in front the transmission pan can point towards a leaking torque converter.

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Where is the drain and fill plug on the transmission of a 2005 Volkswagen Beetle automatic transmission


To drain the fluid just drop the pan and drain it that way. Replace the transmission filter and then reinstall the transmission pan. Find the dip stick tube and fill the fluid through that. I'm not sure what engine/transmission you have, so you'll have to look in your owners manual and see what the amount is.
Measure the fluid you drained and match it to the mount the manual and make sure its close.
When filling the fluid put in all but 1/2 quart. Start the car and get it up to operating temperature. Place the car in neutral and read the fluid on the dip stick, add more fluid if needed.

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There is a Fill Bolt on top of the transmission and a Drain bolt on the bottom of the transmission. Changing the fluid is simply a matter of taking the drain bolt off, letting it drain, putting the drain bolt back on and then filling it via the fill bolt. If you can't get the fill bolt off you will have to use the transmission dipstick tube to fill it which takes a while and requires some creativity. A drain and refill will probably take about 3 quarts of ATF. Make sure you buy the Honda Z1 ATF from a dealer because in my experience honda transmission just don't work right with anything else.
To see the complete guide, please click the link below:--- http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2011/04/how-to-fill-transmission-fluid-in-2006.html --------------- This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.

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Where do I find the transmission filter on a Mazda 2002 MPV


On the bottom of the transmission will be a transmission pan plater with maybe 8 or 10 bolts holding it on. The transmission filter us underneath that plate. When you refill the transmission you will want to use Dexron/Mercon IV fluid.
To change the filter (and gasket) they should come as a set.
  1. Put a pan under the transmission as you will loose two quarts maybe a little more.
  2. Loosen the bolts starting with the bolt farthest from you working your way evenly back.
  3. Soon fluid will start to drain. Let it drain as it goes. Give it a little time before continuing.
  4. When you get to the last bolt or two hold the pan firm while removing the bolts and lean the pan away from you and empty the pan of all fluid.
  5. Now remove the two screws holding the transmission filter in place and pull down on the filter.
  6. Now you want to clean the inside of the pan real good. Brake clean to soap and water will work.
  7. Dry the pan real real good. Should be almost shinny.
  8. Now place the new filter where the old one was removed from.
  9. Now line the gasket up on the pan and set it against the transmission.
  10. Get a start on a few of the bolts so the pan will stay put.
  11. As you tighten the rest of the bolts you will want to tighten cross ways. Like you would a wheel.
  12. Now you will want to refill the transmission fluid to proper level. Your manual will tell you the exact amount but for this car two quarts would be a good starting point.
  13. Now start the car and look underneath the car and inspect for leaks.
  14. Now put your foot on the brake and just shift your vehicle into every gear a couple times. All the way down then all the way up. This fills the pockets.
  15. Now put the emergency brake on and put the car into neutral and check the fluid. Adjust accordingly. Mind the area on the dipstick for a "cold check" as the transmission will still be cool at this point.
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Hi there, hope these few steps help:
  • Raise the car with a jack and support the vehicle with jack stands sufficiently rated to safely support the weight of the vehicle.
  • Place a large drip pan under the transmission.
  • Remove the transmission fluid drain bolt with a wrench. The drain bolt is located at the bottom of the transmission facing the pan. The pan is the large flat plate that covers the very bottom of the transmission.
  • Drain the transmission fluid into the drip pan.
  • Reinstall the transmission fluid drain bolt with the same wrench used to remove the bolt.
  • Lower the vehicle to the ground after removing the jack stands.
  • Open the hood and remove the transmission dipstick from the filler tube by pulling the dipstick. The end of the dipstick will be curved into a circle to allow a finger to slide into the circle to withdraw the dipstick.
  • Place a funnel into the dipstick tube and fill the transmission with new fluid by pouring the fluid into the dipstick tube.
  • Remove the funnel and check the fluid level with the dipstick until the fluid reaches the "Full" mark on the tip of the dipstick.
  • Start and allow the engine to run for a few minutes.
  • Move the transmission gear selector through all of the gears while depressing the brake pedal.
  • Turn the engine off and check the fluid level on the dipstick. Add transmission fluid if necessary.
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The only way to know the fluid temp is with a diagnostic scan tool. At that point you remove the fill plug in the bottom of the transmision pan and fill with fluid until fluid drains back out. Use only genuine VW fluid part number G 052162A2 or you will damage the transmision. If you fill with fluid while tranny is to cool you will over fill and damage the transmission. If you fill with fluid when the tranny is to hot you will underfill and run a slight risk of damaging the transmission. The fill plug and drain plug are next to each other so make sure you are removing the right one.

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Undo the plug with a wrench and if the transmission trickles out, your good to go. If there is no fluid trickling out, top it off and place the plug back in and tighten to (Manual Transmission NV1500 Fill Plug 17 ft/lbs) or (Manual Transmission NV3500 Fill Plug 44 ft/lbs)
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Fluid Fill Reference NOTE: The left side of case is shown. The fill plug is on the right side of the extension housing.

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Item Part Number Description 1 — Fluid fill plug (bench) 2 — Fluid level 3 — Fluid drain plug (large) 4 — Fluid level and fill plug (small) 5 — Fluid level tube
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  1. Place a drain pan under the transmission.
  1. NOTE: It will be necessary to hold the drain plug (larger plug) with a wrench when removing the fluid level indicator plug.
    With the transmission in the PARK position and the engine running, use a 3/16 inch Allen key to remove the fluid level indicator plug.
  1. Allow the fluid to drain. Wait approximately one minute. When the fluid comes out as a thin stream or a drip, it is at the correct level.

  1. If no fluid comes out of the hole, fluid will need to be added. Continue with this procedure.
  1. Install the special tool into the pan.
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  1. Using the special tool, extract approximately one pint of clean automatic transmission fluid from a suitable container.
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  1. Using the special tools, fill the transmission with clean automatic transmission fluid.
  1. Remove the special tool.
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  1. Remove the special tool from the pan.
  1. Reinstall the fluid level indicator plug.

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