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How do I change or add transmission fluid to a 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager

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TO CHANGE THE FLUID YOU HAVE TO REMOVE THE TRANSMISSION OIL PAN IF YOU DO SO ADD 4 QTS BEFORE YOU START THE ENGINE THE YOU CHECK IT WITH ENGINE RUN TRANSMISSION IN NEUTRAL ADD UNTIL FULL YOU FILL IT FROM THE DIPSTICK TUBE THAT IS IN THE FRONT NEXT TO THE BATTERY TRAY

Posted on Oct 15, 2010

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SOURCE: how to change 1998 Plymouth grand Voyager front sway bars

unbolt the sway bar links from the control arms and the two brackets holding it to the frame. make sure if you jack it up jack up the front end. if you jack up one side and not the other and take the sway bar loose it will be loaded and could cause injury if not careful as long as both front tires are off the ground the sway bar will not be loaded and will be safe to deal with

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