Where is auto trans filter on 2002 hyundai sonata w/2.4 engine ?
I have a 2002 Hyundai Sonata w / 2.4 engine . I purchased a internal trans filter . I removed the pan and found no filter ( just a series of 8 solenoids with no room for internal filter . I examined the exterior of trans and found no external filter either . Please advise
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I did some checking and found that there is little to no info available,the only mention was that the internal filter is not user serviceable.Autozone sells a screw on external filter for your year and model but they don't show the location,try checking the trans oil cooler for the screw on filter.
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Do you mean the Heater core ? If that is what you mean. It is under the dash just inside where 2 hoses from the inside of the engine compartment go right into the car on the firewall at the back of the engine.Those hoses have to be hot when the engine has been running hot.So be careful. If they are not hot, no hot water is passing through to the heater core.