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SOURCE: 2000 sebring transmission pan torque spec

10 ft lbs no real patterm needed

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SOURCE: oil and transmission pan bolt torque specs

124 inch lbs on oil pan...Transmission pan 13 ft lbs.

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SOURCE: Oil pan removal- 12 point bit size?

I don't know what size they are, but the sockets are available at auto parts stores. They may know the size or you could try a couple to get the right one. I hope this helps you.

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The heads are actually 9/16, the bell housing bolts are standard, not metric. All the other bolts are metric.

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SOURCE: what size bolts hold the transmission pan on ?

they are a 10mm

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Where is the filler bolt located in a 2002 Honda Civic lx 1.7L manual transmission I want to add transmission fluid


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I cant find the automatic transmission fluid drain screw it's not on the pan


there is none
you must unbolt the pan
leave the front bolt back up a few turn and remove all others
place a fair size oil drain pan under and seperate then push pan back
on and removed remaining bolt it can get messy take your time and
dont do this on a hot transmission you can get burnt

Apr 02, 2011 | 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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How do I change transmition filter


Start the engine and let it idle for four minutes. This will help to remove as much loose particles from the transmission as possible Turn off the engine. Raise the front of the vehicle using a floor jack, and support the vehicle with two jack stands Apply the emergency brakes and block the rear wheels with two wooden blocks .Place a large drain pan underneath the transmission pan. Loosen the front and side mounting bolts from the transmission pan using a crisscross pattern. Then remove the bolts. Use a ratchet, ratchet extension and socket.Loosen the rear mounting bolts from the transmission pan about 4 turns each. Pry the transmission pan open at the front using a screwdriver and let the oil drain onto the drain pan. Hold the transmission pan from underneath, using a shop rag as you remove the remaining pan mounting bolts. Separate the transmission pan from the transmission, and tilt it over the drain pan to remove the remaining oil. Discard the transmission pan gasket. This is were the filter will be located remove and replace filter and then. Clean the transmission pan with spray carburetor cleaner and a shop rag.Install a new gasket over the transmission pan flange Set the transmission pan in place and start the pan mounting bolts by hand. Start tightening the transmission pan bolts in a crisscross pattern, a little at a time, until all the bolts are tight. Use the ratchet, ratchet extension and socket. Just tighten the bolts enough to create a seal between the pan and the transmission to avoid damaging the pan gasket.

Mar 18, 2011 | 2003 Chevrolet Impala

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How can I change the transmision fluid in my 2005 chevy equinox?


Most transmission pans do not have a drain plug. To drain the transmission the velicle will have to be raised. I usually set a large drain pan-several quarts in size-under a rear corner of the transmission pan. I loosen about three bolts on the corner so the transmission fluid will drain. When drained, I remove the rest of the bolts-all 32 or more of them. With the pan off check the color of the fluid look for burnt looking fluid. See if the fluid smells burnt. If so you may have other transmission problems. Look for metal pieces in the transmission pan another indicator of other problems. Clean all the old gasket from the pan and transmission housing-be careful not to gouge either the pan or housing. I use my finger or thumbnail if possible. Gouging either of these places will cause leaks. If you're going to replace the screen do so now. Place the new pan gasket on the pan. Check with the manufacturer's specs before using any permatex or other silicones to hold the pan gasket. I always slide a bolt or two through the pan and gasket holes, lift the pan, and start the bolts. Go slow. Make sure each bolt is going through the gasket hole before tightening it to the transmission housing. Replace the bolts and tighten to a snug using a criss-cross pattern. Go back and forth across the pan tightening each bolt a few turns until all are tight. Don't overtighten the bolts. Doing so will damage the pan gasket, When all bolts are tight, refill the transmisson slowly checking for leaks. Fill the transmission to manufacturer's specifications.

Feb 26, 2011 | Chevrolet Equinox Cars & Trucks

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How to remove transmission filter


You will need a floor jack and two jack stands. Raise the vehicle high enough to give you plenty of working room. Place the jac sstands uner the frame rails on each side of the vehicle and lower the floor jack to let the vehicle rfest on the jack stands. Place a large drain pan ujnder the transmission and rmove the front an side mounting bolts. Loosen, but do not remove the rear mounting bolts. Pry the front of the transmission pan loose and pull it down to allow the fluid to drain into the drain pan. The drain pan should be large enough to hold at least 5 quarts of fluid. Now remove the remaining bolts, and the pan and gasket.Clean all traces of gasket and sealant from the mating surface of the transmission. Drain the remaining fluid from he trans.pan and clean with solvent. Remove any gasket material or sealant from he gssket mounting surface. Remove the old filter from the transmission. If the seal didn't come out with the filter, remove it from the transmission . The new seal can be driven into place with an appropriate size socket. Make sure it goes in square.Install the new filter.Install the new gasket on the pan and install the pan on the transmission. Tighten the bolts a little at a time to make sure the pan goes on straight. Don't over tighten the bolts or it will distort the pan and cause a leak. Lower the vehicle. Add 3 1/2 quarts of transmission fluid. See the owners manual for the correct fluid. If you put the wrong fluid in, the transmission will malfunction. Start the engine with the transmission in park and fast idle it but do not rev it up. Move the gear shift lever through the gears and back to park. Check the fluid level on the dipstick. It should reach the cold mark. Check for leaks. Your ready to drive. Keep a close eye on the fluid level for the first few trips and add a little fluid as necessary.

Dec 29, 2010 | 1999 GMC Jimmy

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So..I'm a female nerd!! How and can I change the transmission fluid myself? It is a 96 chevy blazer 4 wheel drive


It's not too hard at all. You'll need a decent size drain pan. You'll want to remove all but a couple of the transmission pan bolts on the bottom of the transmission. Let the fluid drain out as you loosen the last couple bolts. Once most of the fluid has drained out, remove the last couple bolts and let the pan done and pour out the remaining fluid, discard the old pan gasket. I would also replace the transmission filter, the new filter should have a new pan gasket with it. Remove the old filter, install the new filter, use some gasket cement to glue down the new gasket to the pan and reinstall and fill with new fluid. I would also check your transfer case fluid level, the transfer case is behind the transmission.

Nov 18, 2010 | 1996 Chevrolet Blazer

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I need to know he torque spects for the oil filter container the bolts on to the moter on a 94 BMW 318i...there are 6 bolts...I also need to know the torque spects on the alternator mounting bracket...


OIL PAN OR TRANSMISSION PAN BOLTS TORQUE ABOUT 7 FT LBS. CAN GET SPECS ON BOLTS SIZES. IF BOLTS SIZES IS 13M I4M 15 M TORQUE BOLTS ABOUT 55 TO 80 FT LBS

Nov 11, 2010 | 1994 BMW 3 Series

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I have a 1987 Blazer 4X4. A friend of a friend replaced the transmission (automatic) and it leaks like a sive around the pan. I had another friend look at it for me and he said that the srcews for the pan...


u will have to remove pan and tap the holes use the same size tap as the whole and try bolt if still will not tighten tap with one size bigger and get the number of bolts u need same sie as tap ( one size bigger then you have

Sep 18, 2010 | 1987 Chevrolet Blazer

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When changing the trans fluid on my 2004 Avalanche, I understand that you have to disconnect the trans lines from the radiator and run the engine until the fluid stops flowing. Is this correct? If so, do...


I didn't read about running the engine at all during the transmission fluid change. --- Removal & Installation 4L60E/4L65E To Remove:
  1. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  2. Place a drain pan under the transmission.
  3. If equipped with a drain plug, drain the transmission fluid.
  4. If necessary, remove the bolts and position aside the range selector cable bracket for clearance while lowering the pan. It is not necessary to remove the cable from the lever or bracket.
  5. Remove the catalytic converter.
  6. Remove the oil pan bolts from the front and sides of the pan only.
  7. Loosen the rear oil pan mounting bolts about 4 turns.
  8. Lightly tap the oil pan with a rubber mallet in order to loosen the pan and allow the fluid to drain.
  9. Remove the remaining oil pan bolts.
  10. Remove the oil pan and the gasket.
  11. Remove the filter by twisting and pulling on it.
  12. Remove and discard the filter seal. The filter seal may be stuck in the pump; if necessary, carefully use pliers or another suitable tool to remove the seal.
  13. Clean the transmission and the oil pan sealing surfaces with solvent, and air dry. You must remove all traces of the old gasket material.
To Install:
  1. Coat the new filter seal with transmission fluid.
  2. Install the new filter seal into the transmission case. Tap the seal into place using a suitable size socket.
  3. Install the new filter.
  4. Install the oil pan and new gasket. Tighten the bolts alternately and evenly to 97 lb in (11 Nm).
  5. Install the catalytic converter.
  6. If previously removed, install the range selector cable bracket and bolts. Tighten the bolts to 18 lb ft (25 Nm).
  7. Apply a small amount of sealant GM P/N 12346004 (Canadian P/N 10953480), or equivalent to the threads of the oil pan drain plug, if equipped.
  8. Install the oil pan drain plug, if equipped. Tighten the plug to 13 lb ft (18 Nm).
  9. Lower the vehicle.
  10. Fill the transmission to the proper level with DEXRON® III transmission fluid.
  11. Check the COLD fluid level reading for initial fill only.
  12. Inspect the oil pan gasket for leaks.
4L80E/4L85E To Remove:
  1. Raise and suitably support the vehicle.
  2. Place a drain pan under the transmission oil pan. Drain the transmission fluid and install the plug. Tighten the drain plug to 13 lb ft (18 Nm).
  3. Support the transmission with a transmission jack.
  4. Remove the transmission crossmember.
  5. Disconnect the range selector cable end from the transmission range selector lever ball stud. NOTE: It is not necessary to remove the selector cable from the bracket.
  6. Remove the transmission range selector cable bracket. Reposition the bracket and cable.
  7. Remove the oil pan bolts. NOTE: The transmission oil pan gasket is reusable. Replace as needed.
  8. Remove the oil pan and gasket.
  9. Remove the magnet from the bottom of the pan, if necessary.
  10. Remove the oil filter and neck seal.
To Install:
  1. Clean the transmission and the oil pan sealing surfaces with solvent.
  2. Install the filter neck seal and filter.
  3. Install the oil pan gasket to the pan.
  4. Install the magnet into the bottom of the pan, if necessary.
  5. Install the oil pan and bolts. Tighten the oil pan bolts to 18 lb ft (24 Nm).
  6. Install the transmission range selector cable bracket. Tighten the bolts to 18 lb ft (25 Nm).
  7. Connect the range selector cable end to the transmission range selector lever ball stud.
  8. Install the transmission crossmember. Tighten the fasteners to 70 lb ft (95 Nm).
  9. Install the transmission mount nuts. Tighten the nuts to 30 lb ft (40 Nm).
  10. Remove the transmission jack.
  11. Lower the vehicle.
  12. Fill the transmission to the proper level with DEXRON® III transmission fluid.
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Aug 26, 2010 | 2004 Chevrolet Avalanche

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Where is the transmision filter?


drop the tranni pan ( won't have dain plug so have good size pail to catch oil. loosen 1 bolt on each side(finger tight) know remove remaining bolts oil will be drippin by this point. now satying clear loosen the hand tight bolts tipping pan towad catch pan, remove pan their is your filter.

Apr 25, 2010 | 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer

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