Question about 2002 Kia Sedona
On the side or bottom of the gearbox should be a plate,8+ bolts or nuts securing,once removed it will show a filter or strainer.always use new gasket when replacing...Good-luck.
Posted on Dec 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
set the emergency brake and jack the front of the vehicle up and put on jack stands or pull up on ramps then set the brake. find the tranny pan it will either take a 10mm socket or and 8mm to remove bolts remove the bolts from one end to the next to allow the pan to come down at an angle to drain the fluid in a pan once finished draining remove pan to get to the filter. filter is probably bolted in also with same 8mm bolts remove bolts then filter replace with new one pan gasket might be rubber and reusable if new filter does not come with one. replace pan and refill vehicle with fluid usually 3-4 quarts put in 2 and check the level after vehicle warms up and in neutral
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
SOURCE: 2004 KIA OPTIMA 2.4L i
The transmission filter on model is inside the sheet metal pan on the bottom of the Transaxle, remove all the bolts from the pan, drop the pan down and you will see the filter inside, it is a flat filter, the actual filter you need goes by tag number on the transmission or you can just bring the filter to the parts store and they can ID it.
Posted on Aug 30, 2011
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