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I need to find a drigram for a 1995 F-150 XLT transmission? a pattern for pan & bolt speck and lighitng sence? information about toruge.

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They sell Chiltons Manuals at most major parts stores, they will give you the info you need.

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I have fluid leaking from the bottom of the transmission. Could it be a seal, gasket or do I have to replace the transmission?

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There is no reason to replace anything but the
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Replace automatic transmission filter

What is the year/make/model of car/truck in question? Typically it's the same for all cars.
1. Place a large enough drain pan under the transmission.
2. Remove the bolts from the transmission pan in a star pattern leaving a few loose ones at each corner to prevent the pan from dropping.
3. Tap the pan on the side lightly with a rubber mallet to to pop it loose from the hardened gasket.
4. Remove the remaining pan bolts.
5. Remove the one bolt holding the transmission filter in place.
6. Pull the filter off and replace the filter making sure to seat the filter stem back into the transmission; and replace the filter bolt.
7. Clean the pan out with brake parts cleaner, the gasket surface on the transmission, and the pan.
8. Replace the gasket on the pan, and re-install the pan tightening in a star pattern. Use a torque wrench and tighten the bolts to the specified amount in the shop manual. (Typically about 12ft lbs which is just a bit more than hand tight.)

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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.

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How do you go about changing the trans fluid on a 2005 chevy impala

First make sure you have the proper amount of Transmission fluid to replace what you drain as well as a new transmission filter and gasket. (they usually come in a kit together. The filter & gasket). Make sure the transmission fluid is warm before using jack stands, drive on ramps or a floor jack with jack stands. If there's a transmission drain plug, open it and allow the transmission fluid to drain into a catch pan. If there's not a drain plug, remove the transmission pan bolts, leaving the 4 corner bolts in place until the end. Then slowly loosen two of the bolts at the same end to allow the transmission pan to tilt as well as drain the fluid that way. As the transmission fluid drains, start removing the other two pan bolts to allow more of a tilt until you can place your hand on the pan and remove the remaining bolts, thus removing the pan to be cleaned out. You will normally find a magnet in the bottom of the pan which needs to be cleaned and re-installed. The transmission filter is attached to the "valve body" ,m and when removing that, be aware that more transmission fluid will drain out. To clean a transmission pan, I use either CRC Brake-Kleen or gasoline. Remove all of the pan gasket, install the new filter and replace the transmission pan...don't forget to place the magnet in it and pull your transmission dipstick out of the tube. It has a "vent to atmosphere" so the Brake-Kleen is wonderful for that. If not cleaned, it allows internal pressures to build up inside of the transmission and you could blow transmission seals. Refill with fluid and with your foot on the brake, start it up and allow it to go into ALL the gear ranges, eg. Park, Reverse, Neutral, Drive 2nd and low and then back up to allow the valve body to replace the fluid lost when the filter was changed. Road test and re-check the Transmission fluid Hot on a level surface and add as needed.
A Haynes Manual for your particular vehicle would help with the amount of fluid you will need as well as the tightening pattern of the pan. It also has pictures of what you're going to see before you launch into this task.

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00' Kia Sephia LS not shifting past 1st gear

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