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SOURCE: 98 toyota camry transmission service.

--- ATF QUANTITY & TOOLS--
Just more info for you. You do not want to overfill the ATF. I have the same 98 Camry 2.2L 4 cyl, it specifies for a drain & fill, it uses 2.5 qt. ATF.

The drain plug is a 10mm hex key, so you need the 10mm hex "male" to stick it in and loosen with a ratchet. Tighten with 30 ft. lb. when you are done draining.

The 4 cyl uses a filter too, you don't have to change it every time you change your ATF. Probably good to do it every 2 yr or 30K mi. You can buy the Pro-King ATF filter for this car for $11; make sure you get the one for "the 15-bolt version" transmission, as you'll need to loosen 15 bolts before you get to see the filter.


--- FLUID CHOICE ---
For cheapest way, you can buy the SuperTech Dex III from Wal-Mart for $10/gal. Or Step up some and buy the good one fro mValvoline MaxLfe Dex/Mer ATF for $18/gal.

In owner's manual it calls for Dex II or compatible Dex III. Realistically Dex II is discontinued for years, Toyota really uses the "Mobil 3309" ATF, which you can still buy some from Wal-Mart or auto part store if you care to use the OEM fluid.

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SOURCE: Valve cover and Oil pan bolt torque

Inside to outside for torque pattern, 7 foot lbs. or 144 inch lbs.

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SOURCE: 2000 sebring transmission pan torque spec

10 ft lbs no real patterm needed

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SOURCE: oil and transmission pan bolt torque specs

124 inch lbs on oil pan...Transmission pan 13 ft lbs.

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SOURCE: need torque specs for a 2002 toyota camry 2.4 for

The 2002 2.4 engine head bolts are 'torqued to distance'.

First, install all the bolts, and, in a sequential fashion, starting at the innermost, working outward, torque all bolts to 70 N-m/806 kgf-cm/58 foot lbs.

Next, mark the front side of each head bolt with a dot of paint. Retighten te cylinder head bolts 90 degrees, starting at the inner 2, and working outward.

We hope that this helps you out.

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According with the repair guide, with automatic transmission...Transmission model A541E (17 bolt fluid pan): - Service change only - 3.7 quarts.
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- There is no drain plug on the transmission. You will need to remove all bolts from trans oil pan.

SAFETY: Use Proper protective equipment. Jack stands, eye protection etc.

We like to use a garbage can lid with a small drain hole in it as a funnel, As it is larger than the pan and oil will seem like its coming from all directions. so try to let the pan fall from one side.

There is a magnet in the bottom of the pan, remove clean and replace.

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Drain the fluid through the allen drain bolt, if equipped.
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Remove the 10mm bolts around the perimeter of the transmission pan.

It often helps to loosen the transmission mount and pry the transmission up to aid in access to some of the bolts.

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