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How do you change the transmission fluid on a 1982 S10 Chevy?

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2011-09-13 00:28:38
2011-09-13 00:28:38

There are two ways. One you can drop the trans. pan and remove filter and replace. That's the cheapest. You will replace about 5 to 6 qts. of fluid. The other is to have a repair shop that has a machine that flushes the complete system and then replace the filter. Lots more money but system will be completely done. Good luck.

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