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To Change 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor Transmission filter

I need to know the step to change the Transmission Filter. I know where it is. It's on the front side on the bottom And it has a Black cover. Their are afew bolts on it. Once that cover comes off is the filter in their. And is it bolted in. Do i need a Gasket to put back on.

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Yes you will need a gasket and if you go to the parts store they will sell you what you need. Just tell them what you have and they will give you the filter and gasket. I am not real sure on this year if there is a bolt holding the filter in place and I have looked in all my books on this one but can't seem to find out. If there is a bolt there will only be one more then likely but i really dont think you have a bolt. Just take the pan down and see if you can gently pull down the filter. Most of the time they are just up there with a O-Ring to hold them in.

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