Remove the driveshaft from the back of the transmission. Remove the rear transmission plate. Remove the transmission seal with a seal puller. Reverse the process to install the new transmission seal.
First take off the fan schroud then pull off the hoses disconnet the transmission lines if it has a oil cooler disconnect those then un bolt it and pull it out
the transmission dipstick tube is bolted (1bolt) to the left rear of the transmission bell housing. Remove bolt and pull up on the dipstick housing to remove it from the transmission fluid pan.
It requires a special tool that releases the wire clips.
On the back between the engine and transmission. You'll have to remove the transmission to see it.
It does not have a drain plug. You have to remove the oil pan to drain the transmission.
There isn't one. You have to remove the pan to drain the transmission fluid.
The transmission does not have a drain plug. You have to remove the oil pan to drain.
Depends if you are only draining the transmission and changing the filter, or purging to remove the fluid in the torque converter and transmission cooler as well.
Drain the radiator. Remove all of the hoses. Remove the transmission cooler lines if equipped with an automatic transmission. Remove the fan shroud. Remove the bolts that hold the top radiator support in place. Lift the radiator out.
The shift solenoids are located inside the transmission and you have to drain and remove the transmission pan to access them.
Either remove the pan, or take it to a service shop that has a flush machine that hooks into the lines.
DISCONNECT THE BATTERY!! Remove the drivesaft first. then remove the crossmember and the transmission mount. From there, you will want to go ahead and remove any electrical conectors from the transmission. Remove the linkage and/or the MLPS on the side of the transmission. turn the flywheel and remove all of the torque converter bolts. Start taking out the bell housing bolts and remove the starter bolts as well. Be sure to have a jack under the transmission for support as it starts to come back and down from the engine. slowly bring it down enough to pry the dipstick tube free from the transmission. A little lower and the cooler lines should be accessable to be removed. once they are removed, bring the transmission down slowly making sure not to snag on any electrical connections on the way down.. NOTE: in some models it may be nececarry to remove a portion of the exhaust to remove the transmission.. Macs Transmissions (Houston, TX) 281-394-4951 Macstransmissions@gmail.com
Yes, you can add a transmission cooler but the way they're making vehicles these days and there's not much room in the engine compartment to mount one. Sometimes you have to remove headlight assemblies, or bumper covers but it can be done.
You have to remove the transmission pan to drain the fluid. Change the filter(s). Reinstall the pan and fill the fluid.
Remove upper radiator support remove bolts that retain the A/C condenser remove hoses and transmission cooler lines remove retaining bolts then remove fan module and lift out radiator
You have to push in those tabs and then pull. Cursing helps a bit, I ended up choosing to cut the lines and install 3/8 i.d. fuel hose and use hose clamps. Makes it much easier in the future if you have to remove the radiator.
remove transmission, usually dont come loose, might be a different problem
Its inside the oil pan remove that and then remove the filter and then the trans ducer and gov. pressor sensor bracket and its behind that plate
unbolt crossmember, remove transmission mount, use wood clamp to pull transmission to side, cut knuckles 10,000 times, curse up a storm, use a 45 degree pick and snag the clip to pop it. PAIN IN the BOOTIE!
Remove the u-joint from the back of the transmission. Remove the transmission mount bolts. Remove the transmission bolts. Remove the linkage. The transmission will slide backwards and can be removed.
No put the gear shift into neautral
Disconnect battery ground cable. Remove battery. Remove battery tray. Remove clip retaining constant control relay module and position module aside. Remove radiator cap. Raise vehicle front end as high as possible. Remove radiator splash shield. Drain radiator. Remove the radiator mounting bracket assembly. Remove lower radiator hose. Partially lower vehicle. Remove upper radiator hose. Remove radiator overflow hose. Remove upper A/C condenser core retaining bolts. Remove upper transmission oil cooler tube clips. Remove lower transmission oil cooler tube. Raise vehicle. Remove lower transmission oil cooler tube clips. Remove lower transmission oil cooler tube. Remove transmission oil cooler bracket and position transmission oil cooler aside. Remove lower A/C condenser core bolts and position A/C condenser core aside(be careful not to loosen the AC condenser lines. Remove radiator support bracket. Remove radiator out through the bottom of the vehicle. Installation Position radiator. Position radiator support bracket and tighten nuts. Position A/C condenser core and tighten lower A/C condenser core bolts. Position transmission oil cooler tube and install transmission oil cooler tube bracket. Install lower transmission oil cooler tube. Install lower transmission oil cooler tube clips. Install lower radiator hose. Install radiator mounting bracket assembly. Tighten bolts. Install radiator splash shield. Lower vehicle. Install upper transmission oil cooler tube. Install upper transmission oil cooler tube clips. Install upper A/C condenser core retaining bolts. Tighten bolts. Install radiator overflow hose and tighten clamps securely. Install upper radiator hose. Position constant control relay module and clip securely. Install battery tray. Install battery. Connect battery ground cable. Fill and bleed cooling system. Start engine and inspect for leaks. I have been told that the front bumper needs to be removed in order to remove the radiator. I am having a cooling problem with my 1996 Taurus also. I was told this by a service tech while explaining why it was going to cost $180.00 in labor costs alone. Hope this helps. From the bottom. Unfortunately, you'll need to remove the AC condenser as well. For diagrams, check Autozone.com and their free online repair guide. The radiator has to come out from the bottom. Drain coolant Disconnect upper, lower and transmission lines Remove fan shroud Disconnect cooling fan wiring Remove top and side mounting bolts Lift radiator off lower supports Autozone.com offers a comprehensive repair guide for this vehicle. The provided link down below is direct to the repair guide section for radiator removal From underneath. Unfortunately, you'll also need to move the AC condenser lines out of the way too, meaning that you'll need to pull the AC condenser and drain the refrigerant.
Remove the driveshaft from the back of the transmission. Remove the transmission mount bolts. Remove the bolts that hold the transmission to the back of the engine. Pull the transmission backwards to remove it.
To replace the transmission solenoid pack on a 1998 Chrysler Sebring, remove the air filter box, the battery, and the battery tray. Remove the 4 bolts on the frame and the trans cooler lines. The solenoid pack is screwed to the to the transmission with 3 10 mm bolts. Remove the solenoid pack and replace it.?æ