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Transmission filter plastic grommet stuck

While changing the automatic transmission fluid and filter on my 2000 S-10 the filter's plastic grommet is stuck in the filter shaft. Pieces of it have been removed but it is difficult to tell if it is all out or not. should the new grommet fit into the shaft easily? what holds the filter in place? I assume the pan holds the filter up.

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Pan will hold in place you need to be 100% sure all pieces are out if a piece gets up in the pump it can cause problems.shine a light up in there and be sure it is all out. sometimes have to use a pic and pull out

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