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Where is the transmissino filter on a 02 - Santa Fe Hyundai Cars & Trucks

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Its inside the transmission.if you lok were the dipstick goes in that is the tansmission pan it doesnt face down like usual.also its a sealent not a gasket for the transmisson pan

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