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I'm due for a transmission oil change. Is there also a filter that needs to be changed?

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Filter is in the transmission right inside the pan. If you are doing the work yourself, when you buy the gasket ask for the kit....that includes both.

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    Also, use GM's new transmission fluid, Dextron 6. Much better than the Dextron 3. A list of approved Dextron 6 manufacturers is on GM's website.

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