If you are talking about the Pan Gasket, here is what you do. Pick up a Transmission Filter Kit from NAPA, Autzone etc along with 6 quarts of Trans Fluid. The Filter kit comes with a new filter and a gasket. Remove the pan bolts, have a larget catch pan to catch the fluid, because there is no drain plug. Once the pan is dropped replace the filter and re-install the pan with the new gasket. Put 3-4 quarts of fluid back in transmission through the dip stick in the engine compartment "before you start the engine". Start the engine and let it idle and the trans fluid get warm. Add fluid until you reach the full mark for hot fluid. Be careful not to get to much because there is no way to drain it except by dropping the pan again.
Remove the transmission oil pan for access to filter Replace fluid, filter and gasket
Remove the transmission oil pan for access to filter. Replace filter, fluid, and gasket.
Remove transmission oil pan for acces to filter Replace fluid, filter, and gasket
Remove transmission oil pan Replace fluid, filter, and gasket
A transmission fluid leak means that the plug may need to be replace, or the seal or gasket may need to be replace. As it could be caused by a work seal, or gasket, or a loose plug.
Replace the gasket on the transmission pan and insect the seals on the transmission where your driveshafts come out
Remove transmission oil pan for access to filter. Replace pan gasket, fluid and filter
You will need to drop the transmission pan and replace the gasket. While you're at it, replace the filter and clean the pan.
You need to check the transmission gasket between the transmission pan and the body. If it's leaking you have to replace it.
Drop the lower transmission pan Clean pan Replace filter and gasket
No, Fluid, filter, and gasket
That is a scary situation. The best, and cheapest, thing you can do is immediately replace the gasket. You can keep driving it with a slow leak, but you will have to keep putting transmission fluid in it. Which will cost you more in the long run. If you replace that gasket now, You won't have to worry about constantly re-filling the transmission fluid.
If a transmission is leaking fluid, it is likely that a seal or gasket has failed. Replace the gaskets and seals and the leaking should stop.
Make sure you have the right transmission fluid. Changing the fluid will require removing the bottom of the pan and draining the fluid. You will need to replace the pan gasket and it is a good idea to replace the filter. There are kits available with the required parts.
Drop the pan, replace the filter and gasket, replace the pan and add transmission fluid.
Drop transmission pan Clean Replace filter and pan gasket Re-fill DO NOT OVERFILL
The pan gasket could be leaking ( tighten mounting bolts or replace gasket ) Filler pipe rubber seal , Transmission oil lines ( tighten , replace ) Speedometer connector ( replace o-ring ) Some makes have a transmission vent pipe ( transmission over filled ) Output shaft seal damaged (replace)
I Had the same Problem. I change my Transmission screen and replace the gasket. this solved my problem.
Work needs to be performed. Also depends where it is leaking from. If pan is leaking just drain transmission fluid and install new pan gasket and refill transmission with fluid. If front seal leaking then you will have to pull transmission and replace front seal.
Remove the transmission oil pan. You'll need a new filter and gasket. After you remove the pan, clean the pan, replace the filter and put the pan back in place using the new gasket. Then fill the transmission
At the bottom of the transmission unbolt the pan and completely remove the old gasket from the rim then replace it with the new one. You'll need to be careful of the oil spilling out when unbolting and I would replace the fluid and filter while you're at it. The filter is on the bottom of the trans enclosed by the pan.
No, do you not need a gasket, don't be ignant.
Sorry, to such thing, at least not for an automatic. You have to pull the pan and replace the filter and gasket if you want to change the transmission fluid. Note that you don't get any of the fluid out of the torque converter when you change the transmission fluid, so it's just a partial fluid change.
When you are facing your car radiator look under the car at the exhaust system. On the right side of the exhaust system you will see the transaxle fluid stainer. The transmission gasket is between the stainer and the transmission body. Carefully inspect your stainer if it's clean and doesn't have transmission fluid stains you don't need to worry about. If your gasket or stainer has wet region you have to replace the gasket. Be carefull working close to the exhaust system.