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Transmission filter location 05 Odyssey

Does anyone know if you need to take down the transmission pan to get to the filter in an 05?

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There is an internal filter and maybe a spin on cart filter as well. go to rockauto.com and check it out.

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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