Question about 2001 Chevrolet Impala
IF YOU ARE MECHANICALLY MINDED YOU CAN . I PREFER WHEN ENGINE IS COLD REMOVE LOWER PAN BOLTS 1 AT A TIME USE A DRAIN PAN TO CATCH FLUID REMOVE PAN AND CLEAN , NEXT REMOVE FILTER , NOTICE ORIENTATION OF FILTER , ALSO REMOVE FILTER SEAL IF STILL IN THE TRANS CASE NEW FILTER SHOULD HAVE NEW SEAL ON THE NECK . INSTALL NEW FILTER , NEW GASKET IF REQUIRED AND REINSTALL PAN . ADD THE CORRECT TYPE OF FLUID AS NEEDED .. APPROX 6 QUARTS
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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