Question about Chrysler New Yorker
Frist look to see if your trans has a plug in the bottom of your pan. If so drain your trans of fluid. If it doesn't you must loosen pan bolts and drain fluid from the sides of the pan it self. Then you must loosen and remove your bolts on your pan to get to the filter that is connected inside of trans either by bolt or clipped in place. remove filter and replace with new one only. Then replace your pan gasket with new one only. To keep pan gasket in place useing gasket sealer. make sure gasket is completely in place matching all holes. When tighting bolts Do not over tighten 20lbs torque is all that is required. Be sure all bolts are tightened at same torque. Replace fluid with required fluid that manafacture requiers for that vehicle. Pouring fluid into your transmission dip stick tube useing a small funnel. Replace only as much fluid as you have taken out. Do not over fill or serious damage is very possible to trans. once fluid is in transmission start your vehicle in park. check your dip stick on trans. If it doesn't read at full mark. Add more fluid until it does. #1 Once your at the full mark place your foot on brake and shift shifter through all gears park,rev, nutrual, drive. drive low, then back to park. #2Check your stick again to see if fluid is still at full. Add fluid if it is not full. and repeat #1 If your fluid is at full after going through your gears. Put car in drive and move forward slowly. It should move. If not repeat #1 #2 once trans is full and doesn't slip. It's safe to drive. Check trans at about 1 mile down road. If fluid is full your done. It is easier and much safer to take it to a garage if your not sure you are going to be able to do all this. It is safer for you to have it changed for under 75 dollars then to replace your transmission. Then to pay 2000 dollars to replace a screwed up transmission. They are damaged so easy and aren't at all easy to fix. So if in dought see a professional. Don't attempt it your self. Good luck
Posted on May 18, 2011
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