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Replace mitsibishi mirage 1997 transmission solenoids

Need to know how to locate remove and install TRANSMISSION SOLENOIDS

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SOURCE: Shifting solenoids on 2002 Lancer.

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SOURCE: where is the transmission filter on a mirage

the filter should be inside the transmission pan. you will need to drop the pan carefully because it is full of fluid. once that is done the filter should be visable.

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