Question about 1998 Eagle Talon
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I own a 95 talon esi aut trans. It's on the driver's side, in the front, next to (about a foot inside) of the wheel. just unbolt the about 10 bolts and keep it level binging it down, youll be able to get to the filter then too. You'd want to check a manual about the tpe and quantity of ATF ( like a Haynes, available @ auto parts stores for about $15, 20.) I just used Amsoil full synthetic, it's compatable with all AT systems.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
jack up the car, and support it on jack-stands.
Get under the car, and use the 1/4 wrench/socket to remove the bolts. They usually are small. If you encounter any obstructions, you would have to find your way around them. But you don't need to remove the timing chain/water-pump.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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