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Transmission problems Me and my girl friends father recently took upon ourselfs to change my tranmission fluid on my automatic 2001 mitsubitshi mirage 1.5L. We took the front pan off to drain the fluid from the tranny and then put it back on which did not have a filter area to replace so I questioned about takeing the side pan off as well to replace the filter. I was not too sure if I was supposed to take off the side pan or not so I contacted my nearest mitsubitshi dealer ship to find out. And was given the go ahead so I did it and to my suprise there was no filter there as well. So I put it all together and tried to back my car up in reverse but it would not go back and it would not go forward in any gear. What should I do.

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Mitsu's have a special trans fluid concoction - better to ask a trans shop before you do anything else!
In other words they do NOT take just Dextron or Type F fluid

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