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Tranissmison Fluid I want to change my tranissmision fluid myself I dont have my owners manual to help me. Can you push me in the right driection?

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YOU will need to remove transmission pan remove bolta around pan letting one side drop down to drain replace filter inside reinsatall pan add fluid thru dipstick tube. put about 4-5 qts in first crank up run thru the gears and check fluid while running. keep adding a little at a time until trans is warm and at full mark

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