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Change auto-tranny fluid

IS this something easy on a 2006 Tucson ? Just want to know what I may need to buy.

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Forget the dealership,undo a trans line running from the auto box to the oil cooler(this is a separate cooler),have a container marked out underneath this marked out for 1 litre,start the engine so this litre pumps out, stop the engine, push hose/line back onto the cooler,add 1 litre of new fluid down the dipstick tube for auto fluid,undo the line again/start car to empty another litre and repeat.Dont forget 7.8 lts,will take a while,I use another litre to finish off process.Start this job after the auto has warmed up a little,only do if you feel confident.Dont fret about the "SP-III" fluid unless you are anal about your car(i am anyway).In Perth Australia,Hyundai dealerships want $157-$166 for 4 litres of the magic fluid.I rang 5 dealerships who told me it was against company policy to suggest an aftermarket fluid but the last call put me thru to a young mechanic who said they use Dexron III,valvoline,Mobil.I am using Penrite fully synthetic(labels says covers Hyundai SP-III) at $40 for 4 litres.I am not touching the pan or filter.

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The best method is called 'Fluid Exchange" and is accomplised by a fluid transfer machine (very expensive). Call/go by your nearest Hyundai dealership. They can do it for you. If you want to do it yourself, you'll need the Hyundai specific fluid called 'SP III' (SP -w/3 I's) If you don't have this fluid exchange machine, best you have the technicians at the dealership do it. Here's the problem, you can't drain more than 3 quarts by draining the pan (Trans has approx 7 qt system). The majority of the fluid is in the torque converter (which does not drain)... that's why it's a fluid exchange process.

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