Most of the automatic transmissions of this vintage (cars or pickups) on US-made vehicles that I have seen are lacking a transmission drain plug, which unfortunately makes changing the Transmission Fluid a potentially messy proposition. You can start by removing a few of the bolts holding the transmission fluid pan to the underside of the transmission, which will likely allow some of the fluid to drain out. While carefully holding the pan in place, remove the rest of the bolts, and remove the pan. It may be stuck to the transmission pan gasket. You can carefully pry the pan off, but be careful not to gouge the transmission housing, or bend the transmission pan. Once the pan is removed, there will be a transmission filter that should be replaced also. Don't forget a new transmission pan gasket. Make sure that all the old gasket has been carefully removed from the transmission housing and/or the transmission pan. Oftentimes when purchasing a new transmission filter, it will come with a transmission pan gasket- but be sure. One final note- removing the pan/draining the fluid will not remove the old fluid which is still in the torque converter. To do this, you'll need to have the transmission flushed by a transmission shop. It can be done by a DIY'er, but involves removing a line from the transmission cooler, and can get a little complex for the average in-front-of-the-garage-on-a-Saturday-afternoon-type repair. If your transmission has 100,000 miles on it and has never been flushed, flushing it may do more harm than good, as sediments can be dislodged within the transmission that could get lodged in the small orfices in various valves within the transmission.
Remove the Ford Ranger automatic transmission drain plug. The drain plug is in the bottom of the transmission. Allow the oil to drain out and replace the plug. Fill the transmission with new transmission fluid.
The best thing to do is to take it to a repair shop that has a transmission flushing machine. That will change all of the fluid in the system.
A parts car like yours with an automatic transmission.
If your transmission is manual, you will have to change gear. If it is automatic, you won't.
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You have to drop the transmission pan.
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In an automatic Eclipse, the transmission filter is located inside of the transmission. To change the filter, the entire transmission must be disassembled to reach it.
Can you change a automatic to a 5 speed Honda Accord 1990
The filter is inside the transmission and must be took apart to change the filter.
Manual transmission lubricant type: MERCON automatic transmission fluid. Capacity: 2.8 quarts. - Haynes Repair Manual #36071, 1993-2005 Ford Ranger Pick-ups
Remove transmission oil pan
It would be cheaper to repair or replace the automatic transmission. There are too many differences between a standard transmission and an automatic to economically swap in a standard.
there is a drain plug just under the transmission (for automatic transmission) on the driver side
There is not one. The transmission pan must be removed to change transmission fluid and filter.
You can change a manual transmission to an automatic. It can cost upwards of 3,000 dollars to do this for a Volkswagen Polo.
You should change your automatic transmission fluid in Toyota gearbox at least after every 30,000 miles.
The automatic transmission filter is in the transmission. It has an internal filter just like it has an internal gas filter in the gas tank.
The automatic transmission filter is pretty much buried inside the transmission, and is not easily accessed.
Your transmission is breaking down inside. ether watch for it. or extensive transmission is required.
You have to remove the pan if there is no drain plug
I don't believe Honda Element automatic transmission has a filter.
Why would want to do that ? Manual transmission own.