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Where is the tranmission filter on 04 lancer es

Where is the transmission filter on 04 lancer es?
also the cover on the side of the drain plug i pulled it off thinking the filter was in there but it was a big gear and now i cant get the cover back on all the way it leaves like an half inch gap, but the cover was a bit tuff to get off i dont see why it wont go on all the way.i started to put some of the bolts in and forcing the cover on and it was working but i dont want to mess anything up if it should slide on with no probs please help!
all this just trying t find the transmission filter.
Also i pulled off what appeared to be the oil pan on the front of the trans under the battery and there was nothing in there but electronics.

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you can't put the transmission fluid in yourself on an auto or manual transmission for a 2002 lancer es. It has to be injected into the transmission through a nipple that is on the transmission.

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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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