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The filter for automatic transmisions is in the trans. You take the trans oil pan off while draining the fluid to change. Then once the pan is off you will see the filter, it should be replaced at the same time as changing the fluid.
Not familiar with montero , but generaly speaking , automatic transmissions are filled , or toped up through the tube where the transmission dipstick is. Hope this helps. Make SURE you use the correct trans fluid , there are several different kinds. The recomended fluid is usualy marked on the dipstick.
The problem here is did he put the right transmission fluid in when he changed it? Changing the trans oil is no problem but if he put the wrong oil in you are going to have major problems because you are damaging your transmission everytime you use it. You will need to check the operator handbook in your glove compartment for the correct type of oil or take the vehicle to a transmission shop where they can change the oil and filter.
Is it a manual or automatic trans?If it's auto trans,there will be a dipstick tube near the firewall on the passenger side.You fill the trans through the dipstick tube with a funnel.Careful not to overfill.If it's a manual trans,there will be a plug halfway up the side of the trans.Remove the plug & fill till it starts to leak out the plug hole.Be sure to use the recommended fluid in either case.Good luck, ChevRev
The Fill point is the Tranny Dipstick Tube, If you do not have a Dipstick Tube to Check the Tranny Fluid, You will need to get the Tranny Serviced from the Dealership or a Transmission Shop. On most of the Newer Imports they are ALL going with a Non Servicable Transmission that has to go in for Service. I know, It is REALLY Stupid! Please Rate My Response! Thanks!