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Does the Daewoo Matiz have a transmission filter, or just drain and fill?

I have been trying to find a transmission filter and gasket kit for my 1998 Daewoo Matiz 800CC with and automatic transmission, Nobody sells that part. Maybe they were drain and fill, with no serviceable filter to replace.

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  • takeiteg Jan 13, 2013

    Does anybody know if the Daewoo Matiz 1 actually had a Transmission Filter? Other daewoo Models from 1998-2002 had no filter.

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Hi, it must be done from underneath (unless you remove the entire engine), hoist up the car and work from underneath.
Drain Gear box oil.
Remove wheels, disconnect bolts and swing out wheel hubs, remove CV Joint drive shafts (both sides).
Disconnect two get change levers
Disconnect clutch cable.
Then replace it with the new one ...

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You need to go to a parts dtistributor, buy yourself
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I'm assuming you can do general maintenance on a car.

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REMOVAL PROCEDURE
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