How do you change the trans axle fluid in a 1998 Elantra automatic?
Remove the drain bolt from the bottom of the transmission pan
and allow the fluid to drain.
Remove the pan and remove/replace the filter
Replace the pan and drain bolt
USE ONLY the fluid specified by Hundai, available at your local dealership. Using the wrong ATF ***WILL*** damage your transmission, and eventually destroy it.
Refill the fluid through the dipstick tube.
Note that about half the ATF will still be in the torque converter.
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How do you change the transmission fluid in a 2003 Sunfire coupe 2.2 when you can see neither drain nor filler plugs?
Assuming that this is an automatic trans... Remove the trans pan. It's messy, but that's the way it's done. Be advised that there is no way to change the other half of the trans oil that is still residing inside the passages & torque converter, without having a transmission fluid change pump system.
All you can do in your driveway is drop the trans pan, replace the trans filter, replace the trans pan gasket, install pan (no gasket sealer needed or required!) and refill what fluid drained out in the process which is aprox half of the fluid the trans holds. Take it to a trans shop if you want a complete fluid change. They will have the equipment to do a trans flush.
How do you change the trans fluid on a sealed trans There is no dip stick on your 2004 explorer How do you get the fluid in?
Saturn recommends it's own branded trans fluid but also notes that type III can be used-it may shift a bit firmer-I have used it with no problems-you should also change the screw-on trans filter that is located just behind the air filter assembly box-drain the fluid change the filter-then SLOWLY add the new fluid the the automatic trans dipstick filler area-(if you go too fast it will gurgle out the funnel-should take about 4.2 us…
Answer Manual trans: remove the filler plug (high up on the drivers side of the car... looking at it from underneath) stick a thin hose attached to a fluid pump into the trans until it touches the bottom then suck the old fluid out. then fill to the bottom of the fill plug hole with the correct oil (75W-80W gear oil), replace the filler plug. Automatic trans: remove the drain plug on the pan, drain…