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Where is the transaxle oil filter or is the not one on this model?

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The filter is located inside the transaxel - it's non-serviceable (meaning it's not replaced).

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HOW DO I REMOVE THE OIL PAN OFF A 2003 DODGE STRATUS 2.4L 4CYL


Oil pan removal
1. Disconnect negative cable from battery.

2. Raise vehicle on hoist.

3. Drain engine oil and remove oil filter.

4. Remove oil filter adaptor from engine block

5. Remove structural collar

6. Remove lateral bending brace.

7. Remove transaxle dust cover.

8. Remove oil pan bolts.

9. Remove oil pan.

Feb 09, 2015 | 2003 Dodge Stratus

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What services does Kia Sportage 2008 with 90000 need?


Here is recommended maintenance up to 10 1/2 yrs. If you follow through list, you should be able to tell by elimination what you may need. Here is the link - also list pasted below, here:

http://www.kia-forums.com/2g-2006-2010-rio-rio5/35574-maintenance-schedule.html


SUGGESTED Maintenance Schedule:

Months Kilometres Maintenance Type

4 months 6 000 km Maintenance #1
8 months 16 000 km Maintenance #2
12 months 24 000 km Maintenance #1
16 months 32 000 km Maintenance #3
20 months 40 000 km Maintenance #1
24 months 48 000 km Maintenance #2
28 months 56 000 km Maintenance #1
32 months 64 000 km Maintenance #3
36 months 72 000 km Maintenance #1
40 months 80 000 km Maintenance #2
44 months 88 000 km Maintenance #1
48 months 96 000 km Maintenance #3
52 months 104 000 km Maintenance #1
56 months 112 000 km Maintenance #2
60 months 120 000 km Maintenance #1
64 months 128 000 km Maintenance #3
68 months 136 000 km Maintenance #1
72 months 144 000 km Maintenance #2
76 months 152 000 km Maintenance #1
80 months 160 000 km Maintenance #3
84 months 168 000 km Maintenance #1
88 months 176 000 km Maintenance #2
92 months 184 000 km Maintenance #1
96 months 192 000 km Maintenance #3
100 months 200 000 km Maintenance #1
104 months 208 000 km Maintenance #2
108 months 216 000 km Maintenance #1
112 months 224 000 km Maintenance #3
116 months 232 000 km Maintenance #1
120 months 240 000 km Maintenance #2
124 months 248 000 km Maintenance #1
128 months 256 000 km Maintenance #3


MAINTENANCE #1

MAINTENANCE #1 INCLUDES:

Replace engine oil and filter
Check fluid levels (pwr. strg., brake/clutch, coolant, washer)
Check tire condition and pressure (including spare)
Check exterior & interior lights for proper operation
Check windshield washer/wiper function
Check horn function
Check handbrake function/freeplay
Lubricate all latches, hinges and locks

* = if equipped
See "Model-Specific Maintenance"


MAINTENANCE #2

MAINTENANCE #2 INCLUDES:

Replace engine oil and filter
Check fluid levels (pwr. strg., brake/clutch, coolant, washer)
Check tire condition and pressure (including spare)
Check exterior & interior lights for proper operation
Check windshield washer/wiper function
Check horn function
Check handbrake function/freeplay
Lubricate all latches, hinges and locks
Check engine coolant specific gravity
Check engine air filter; knock out dirt/bugs, replace as req'd
Remove wheels and brake drums, check pad/shoe thickness; inspect calipers, cylinders and shoes for proper function, leaks or damage; adjust rear brakes as required.
Rotate tires
Visually check underbody fasteners for condition & integrity
Check brake/clutch pedal freeplay
Check steering wheel components for proper operation
Check CV boots/tie rods/ball joint boots (visual inspection)
Check all seat belts and anchor integrity
Check exhaust sys. for leaks, mountings, brackets; heat shield
Check transfer case oil level & condition, fill as required
Check front & rear differential fluid, fill as required*
Check man. transaxle oil level & condition, fill as required*
Check auto transaxle fluid level & condition, fill as required*
Lubricate driveshaft u-joints (early Sportage only)
Road test vehicle

* = if equipped
See "Model-Specific Maintenance"


MAINTENANCE #3

MAINTENANCE #3 INCLUDES:

Replace engine oil and filter
Check fluid levels (pwr. strg., brake/clutch, coolant, washer)
Check tire condition and pressure (including spare)
Check exterior & interior lights for proper operation
Check windshield washer/wiper function
Check horn function
Check handbrake function/freeplay
Lubricate all latches, hinges and locks
Check coolant specific gravity
Check engine air filter; knock out dirt/bugs, replace as req'd
Inspect, deglaze, clean, adjust & lubricate brake components
Rotate tires
Visually check underbody fasteners for condition & integrity
Check brake/clutch pedal freeplay
Check steering wheel components for proper operation
Check CV boots/tie rods/ball joint boots (visual inspection)
Check all seat belts and anchor integrity
Check exhaust sys. for leaks, mountings, brackets; heat shield
Check transfer case oil level & condition, fill as required*
Check front & rear differential fluid, fill as required*
Check man. transaxle oil level & condition, fill as required*
Check auto transaxle fluid level & condition, fill as required*
Check idle speed
Inspect power steering lines & hoses (visual)
Check A/C compressor operation and performance*
Check brake line fittings, bleeder screws, booster for damage, looseness, leaks
Road test vehicle

* = if equipped
See "Model-Specific Maintenance"


KIA MODEL-SPECIFIC MAINTENANCE

In addition to the KIA Basic Scheduled Maintenance, certain KIA Models will require the following maintenance services:

ALL MODELS

(Every 36,000 km or 18 months)

Manual transaxle service (except Sportage)
Automatic transaxle service (except Magentis)
Check drive belt condition & tension
Inspect front ball joints

ALL MODELS
(Every 48,000 km or 24 months)
Replace engine coolant
Replace engine air filter
Inspect fuel lines & connections
Inspect ignition wires
Replace spark plugs (except Platinum)

ALL MODELS
(Every 60,000 km or 30 months)
Replace brake/clutch fluid
Inspect EVAP canister & vapour lines

ALL MODELS
(Every 72,000 km or 36 months)
Replace fuel filter
Inspect PVC system/hoses for integrity

ALL MODELS
(Every 96,000 km or 48 months)
Replace spark plugs (Platinum)

ALL MODELS
(Every 102,000 km)
Replace timing belt

SPECTRA
(Every 12,000 km or 6 months)
Replace HVAC air quality filter (if equipped)

MAGENTIS
(Every 12,000 km or 6 months)
Replace HVAC air quality filter (if equipped)

(Every 60,000 km or 30 months)
Automatic transaxle service

SPORTAGE
(Every 36,000 km or 18 months)
Transfer case, differential & manual transaxle service
Transfer case & differential service (auto. trans. model)

SORENTO
(Every 36,000 km or 18 months)
Transfer case & differential service

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I need to know if i remove flywheel or ac compressor to remove oil pan


procedure is pasted below. Yes, you have to take the compressor loose if you have the 2.4 liter engine. You should never have to remove the flywheel to get the pan off, but you do have to pull the cover off the flywheel. Please let me know if you have any questions, and thanks for using FixYa.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

2.2L Engine
See Figure 1
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Drain the crankcase. Raise and support the front of the vehicle.
  3. Unfasten the exhaust shield and disconnect the exhaust pipe at the manifold.
  4. Remove the starter motor and position it out of the way.
  5. Remove the flywheel cover.
  6. On care equipped with automatic transaxle, remove the oil filter and extension.
  7. Unfasten the oil pan bolts and remove the oil pan.


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Fig. Fig. 1: Oil pan installation-1995 2.2L OHV engine shown

To install:

  1. Prior to oil pan installation, check that the sealing surfaces on the pan, cylinder block and front cover are clean and free of oil. If installing the old pan, be sure that all old RTV hae been removed.
  2. Apply a 1 / 8 in. (3mm) bead of RTV sealant to the oil pan sealing surface. Use a new oil pan rear seal and apply a thin coat of RTV sealant to the ends of the gasket down to the ears and install the pan in place.
  3. Tighten the oil pan retaining bolts to 89 inch lbs. (10 Nm).
  4. On care equipped with an automatic transaxle, replace the oil filter adapter seal and replace the oil filter adapter.
  5. Install the remaining components in the reverse order of removal.

2.3L and 2.4L Engines
See Figures 2 and 3
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  2. Properly drain the engine oil and the cooling system into suitable containers.
  3. Remove the flywheel housing or transaxle converter cover, as applicable.
  4. Remove the right front wheel and tire assembly, then remove the right splash shield.
  5. Remove the serpentine drive belt.
  6. Unfasten the A/C compressor lower retaining bolts.
  7. Remove the transaxle-to-engine brace.
  8. Disconnect the engine mount strut bracket.
  9. Unfasten the radiator outlet pipe bolts, then remove the pipes from the oil pan.
  10. Remove the exhaust manifold brace.
  11. Unfasten the oil pan-to-flywheel cover bolt and nut.
  12. Remove the flywheel cover stud for clearance.
  13. Disconnect the radiator outlet pipe from the lower radiator hose and oil pan.
  14. Detach the oil level sensor connector.
  15. Unfasten the oil pan retaining bolts, then remove the pan and gasket. Inspect the gasket for damage. If it'e O.K. you can reuse it. No sealer is necessary.

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Fig. Fig. 2: After removing the oil pan, inspect the gasket. If it's not damaged you can reuse it

To install:

  1. Position the gasket, then install the oil pan. Loosely install the retaining bolts.
  2. Place the spacer in its approximate installed location by allow clearance to tighten the pan bolt directly above the spacer. Tighten the oil pan bolts to the specifications given in the accompanying figure.

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Fig. Fig. 3: Oil pan tightening specifications-2.3L and 2.4L engines

  1. Position the spacer into its proper position, then install the stud.
  2. Fasten the oil pan-to-transaxle nut.
  3. Attach the oil level sensor connector.
  4. Connect the radiator outlet pipe to the oil pan and fasten with the retaining bolts.
  5. Install the engine mount strut bracket.
  6. Fasten the transaxle-to-engine brace.
  7. Secure the A/C compressor bolts.
  8. Install the serpentine drive belt.
  9. Fasten the right splash shield, then install the wheel and tire assembly.
  10. Install the flywheel housing or transaxle converter cover.
  11. Fill the cooling system and engine crankcase with the correct type of fluids.
  12. Connect the negative battery cable.

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What will i need to do to get a new transmition fluid filter into my 2000 buick regal LS 3.8 letter, not supercharged, I know i need to get the tranny fluid out and drop the pan but after that im in...


Procedure pasted below. Please let me know if you have questions, and thanks for using FixYa.

Drain, Refill & Filter Service

  1. The fluid should be drained when warm so contaminants are in suspension in the transaxle fluid.
  2. Raise and safely support the vehicle on safety stands.
  3. Place a suitable drain pan under the transaxle fluid pan.
  4. There is no drain plug for changing the transaxle fluid, so fluid change on most automatics is messy. Draining the fluid involves loosening some bolts, removing others, and, after the pan is loosened, letting the fluid run out from the joint between the pan and gasket and the transaxle body. Use a drain pan with a large enough opening to accommodate draining the fluid from a large section of the pan.
  5. There are twenty oil pan bolts. Loosen and remove only the bolts from the front and sides of the pan.
  6. Loosen the rear bolts about four turns.

WARNING Do not pry between the oil pan and the aluminum transaxle case. A prying tool could mark, scratch or gouge the gasket sealing rail making it impossible for the replacement gasket to provide a satisfactory seal.
  1. Lightly tap the pan with a rubber mallet to loosen and allow the fluid to drain.


NOTE If the transaxle fluid is very dark or has a burnt smell, transaxle damage is indicated. Have the transaxle checked professionally.
  1. Remove the remaining bolts, the pan and the gasket. Hold the pan level to keep a small amount of fluid in the bottom. This allows you to check the sediments in the pan for contaminants. Remove the pan and set aside.
  2. The transaxle oil filter has a small neck that is a press-fit into the transaxle case. It should pull straight out. A little careful prying may be required. The rubber grommet that accepts the neck on the filter will likely remain in the transaxle case. Use a small screwdriver to carefully remove the seal. Use care not to damage the case sealing surface.
  3. Inside the pan should be a small magnet. Inspect the oil pan magnet for small bits of steel. The factory places the magnet here to trap stray metal particles. Excessive amounts of steel shavings indicate internal transmission damage. A small amount of sediment in the pan is normal as the friction elements wear.
  4. If desired, use side cutters to open up the transaxle oil filter assembly by cutting or prying the metal crimping away from the top of the filter and by pulling the filter apart. Inspect the filter for excessive amounts of the following: clutch plate assembly fiber material, indicating clutch distress; bronze slivers, indicating bushing wear; steel particles, indicating internal transaxle wear.

To install:
  1. Clean all parts well. Clean all traces of old gasket off of the oil pan gasket rail as well as the sealing surface on the transaxle. Use care not to damage the sealing surface on either area.
  2. Inspect the oil pan for damage to the sealing surface and dents or cracks in the pan.
  3. If the oil filter seal came out of the case, install it using a socket as a driver. Gently tap in with a plastic mallet. Using the same plastic mallet, gently tap the filter neck in place.
  4. The design of the steel-core factory gasket is such that it may be reusable, if not bent or otherwise damaged. Note that most replacement transaxle oil filters come with a new gasket. Lay the oil pan gasket on the pan and install the pan to the case. Normally, no sealer is used. Start a few bolts at the ends of the pan to hold it and to keep the gasket from moving out of position. Install all 20 bolts and tighten to 97 inch lbs. (11 Nm). Do not overtighten or the gasket could be squeezed out of position and/or the bolt threads in the aluminum transaxle case could be damaged.
  5. Lower the vehicle to the floor.
  6. To refill the transaxle from just a bottom pan removal, 7.4 quarts of DEXRON® IIE or DEXRON® III will be required. Use a funnel to reach the filler/dipstick tube. Use care not to spill fluid in the engine compartment.
  7. Check for leaks.

Jul 23, 2011 | Buick Regal Cars & Trucks

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What maintenance should be done for a 2005 ford taurus with 60,000 miles?


Change engine oil and replace oil filter.

Inspect tires for wear and rotate.

Inspect brake pads/shoes/rotors/drums, brake

lines & hoses, and parking brake system.

Inspect wheel ends for endplay and noise.

Inspect engine cooling system and hoses.

Inspect exhaust system and heat shields.

Inspect steering linkage, ball joints, suspension

and, if equipped, half shafts, driveshaft and

U-joints.

Replace engine air filter.

Replace fuel filter..

Replace cabin air filter, if equipped.

Change automatic transmission fluid on vehicles

equipped with the Torqshift and 4R100

transmissions. Replace the remote filter element

on the vehicles equipped with the Torqshift

transmission. Inspect automatic

transmission/transaxle fluid level on all other

vehicles, if equipped with dipstick. Consult your

dealer for your particular requirements.

Change automatic transaxle fluid and filter on all
vehicles equipped with CVT.

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2002 CELICA WITH 90,000 MILES WHAT KIND OF SERVICE DO I NEED?


Normal Maintenance Details
90,000 Miles (144,000 Kilometers) : All Applicable Models

INSPECT AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID
INSPECT BALL JOINT & DUST COVERS
INSPECT BALL JOINTS
INSPECT BRAKE DISCS/ROTORS
INSPECT BRAKE DRUMS & LININGS
INSPECT BRAKE HOSES
INSPECT BRAKE LINE PIPES
INSPECT BRAKE PADS
INSPECT DIFFERENTIAL FLUID
INSPECT DRIVE BELTS
INSPECT DRIVESHAFT/PROPELLER SHAFT DUST BOOTS
INSPECT EXHAUST PIPES & MOUNTS
INSPECT FUEL LINES & CONNECTIONS
INSPECT FUEL SYSTEM
INSPECT FUEL TANK BAND
INSPECT FUEL TANK CAP GASKET
INSPECT FUEL VAPOR SYSTEM
INSPECT MANUAL TRANSAXLE FLUID
INSPECT STEERING GEAR/RACK
INSPECT STEERING LINKAGE
REPLACE AIR CLEANER/ELEMENT
REPLACE COOLANT
REPLACE ENGINE OIL
REPLACE ENGINE OIL FILTER
ROTATE TIRES

Jan 22, 2010 | 2002 Toyota Celica

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What are the metal tubes for above the transaxel filter? 1 is lose and need to know how to get it to stay up in the trans. Axod transaxel


They are to transfer fluid to different parts of the transaxle. If it is loose it could cause an internal leak which could result in lower that normal oil pressure in the transaxle. Low oil pressure could cause transaxle failure because clutches would not apply with enough holding pressure. I would suggest replacing it with a new one or see if you can expand the loose end and press it back into it's bore.

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Slipping transaxle, '97 Ford Taurus


men you need to have a tune up, change the plugs, wires and air filter and the oil transmission, and if is doing the same your transmission is bad

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How to reset oil life on 1994 cadillac sedan deville


To reset the engine oil life, do this: push info button till oil life comes up, then push inforeset, to reset to 100%


To reset the transaxle oil life do this: early models; press off and rear defrog button simultaneously.
later models; press info till the oil message shows up then, press and hold info reset.


Some models have both, but my 94 Deville only monitors the transaxle

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