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How do you replace a transmission filter on a 2006 sedona

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Remove pan and it has a flat filter this pop's off with t2 bolts, I think it's 2 , Anyway remove square filter and replace, Also when you do this go a head and change fluid. There is no drain for this , just have to remove pan and let it come out. If taken to tranny shop it will run you around $60, Good luck to you.

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