How do you replace the automatic transmission on a 1997 Hyundai Elantra?
1. Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove battery and battery tray 2. Remove the air intake duct and the air cleaner housing 3. Disconnect the transaxle ground cable and the transaxle range sensor 4. Disconnect the transaxle harness connector from the side of transaxle 5. Drain the transaxle fluid then disconnect the transaxle cooling lines 6. Remove the upper transaxle-to-engine mounting bolt 7. Raise the car and support it on jack stands. Secure the engine with a engine support brace or with an engine lift and chain. 8. Remove the transaxle mount bracket 9. Remove the front wheels 10. Remove the bolts from the center member and the transaxle roll stopper 11. Disconnect the lower control arms from the steering knuckle and remove drive axles 12. Remove the transaxle stay followed by the bell housing access cover 13. Remove the torque converter bolts. A screwdriver wedged in the ring gear teeth will keep the torque converter from rotating. Rotate the engine for access to all bolts 14. Support transaxle with transmission Jack to lower transaxle from car 15. Make final check everything is disconnected 16. Remove the mounting and retaining bolts and lower transaxle from the car
2002 Hyundai Elantra gls has no transmission oil pan, to have your transmission oil changed you have to go to the Hyundai dealer. if you mean the engine oil pan, facing the front of the car, it's off of left center underneath the front of the car, you can tell by feeling in back for the oil plug. the oil filter is also left front underneath on the passenger side of the car. there is…
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