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I need to change my Honda crv transmission fluid, is there is transmission filter needs to be change also ? And do I need to replace the gasket aswell ? Thank you

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Yes, the filter should be also changed. The gasket must be changed only if it was damaged when the pan is removed.

Posted on Sep 04, 2010

  • sdzurella Jan 14, 2011

    Actually the atf filter is a nonservicable part, changed only during tranny rebulids.

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