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I need directions on how to put transmission fluid in it. My step dad has just been putting it in the pan and hoping that some makes it in there

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I need to know what make model and year of production of your vehicle and size engine please, and what type of transmission fluid it takes. thank you.

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Need to know how to change the transmission fluid and filter


Please follow the detailed steps provided below carefully;

STEP 1 Jack up the front of the car and put jack stands under it for your safety or use car ramps.

STEP 2 Lay down under the car looking at the transmission pan,you should see about 12-17 bolts,these bolts should be 10mm in diameter.

STEP 3 Have a drain pan that will hold a gallon or two of fluid ready,taking out the back bolts put the drain pan under the tranmission pan and start loosening the bolts along both sides,the fluid should start leaking out.

STEP 4. You can control how fast the fluid comes out by loosening the remainder bolts.when the fluid is just a drip push up on the transmission pan and remove the rest of the bolts.

STEP 5. Carefully lower the transmission pan and empty the remaining fluid into the pan,clean out the transmission pan and scrape off any of the fluid in the old gasket.

STEP 6 Ensure to replace the transmission filter and the gasket.

Have a nice day..

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Put a car jack with a chunk of wood on top
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lower your jack.
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