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Using a 13 mm socket, remove all but one bolt on the transmission pan. fluid will begin leaking out all around the pan. Slowly remove the last bolt while allowing the pan to tilt and drain into your catch pan. Now, hold the pan up to the transmission and remove the last bolt. Remove the pan. The filter simply pops out of the seal that is holding onto the tube.

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SOURCE: 2000 Chevrolet Tracker How do you remove the transmission pan?

that is the filler tube for the tranny
just pull it straight out when your done put your pan back on then push it down in there and make sure it is seated all the way
good luck ray

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SOURCE: 1999 chevrolet suburban: door panel removal

hello here is the instructions for removing the door panel.

  • Remove the door handle bezel.
  • Remove the window handle,.
  • Remove the power accessory switch panel.
  • Remove the trim panel upper extension
  • Remove the trim panel screws.

  • Remove the courtesy light,
  • Remove door panel screws.
  • Remove the trim panel from the door, carefully sliding the trim panel up to release the retainers from the door.
  • Remove the speaker wire.
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    that is the filler tube for the tranny
    just pull it straight out when your done put your pan back on then push it down in there and make sure it is seated all the way
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