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I needed to know if the transmission filter has anything to hold it in besides the little ring that comes in the kit ???? any screws, clips any thing ??? i have a 2001 bonneville. thank you for the help

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Nope that's it, so make sure you  remove the old O ring and replace it with the new one to ensure the transmission filter does not fall down in to the pan after you have done servicing the transmission. Good luck and hope this helps

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