Question about 1999 Chevrolet Blazer
Is it worth putting in a filter kit
Take the bolts out of the pan, make sure you leave a bolt in on each of the corners, I think you have a 700r4 4 speed auto with overdrive. Once you have the bolts out, except the corners get your drain pan ready, start with whatever side you want the fluid to come out of, take those bolts loose, but not out, your fluid should start to leak out, if not take a screwdriver and bust the seal loose from the pan to the tranny. Be patcient or your gonna make a big mess. Once you get the fluid drained, the filter just pulls right off, and the new one snaps right back in. Clean all the old gasket material off the pan and tranny, glue the new gasket down on the pan, replace the pan on the tranny...with the right tools you can do this job in under a hour. Brake parts cleaner works good on cleaning up the pan and under the tranny. A filter change is always worth it, one of the most overlooked and easy tranny failure prevent jobs you can do.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
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