as long as you '''DON'T''' flush it, you should be ok. DO NOT let the shop trick you in to a flush.
If the Transmission Fluid has been low or is very old, the gears inside the transmission are not lubricated as they should be while driving. When the metal gears rub against each other with little or no fluid for lubrication, lots of little metal shavings will be created and end up in the transmission fluid filter. When you get one of those flushes the shops will try to sell you, the transmission fluid is pumped backwards through the transmission filter, then through the gears and then out of the system. This would work fine if your transmission has never been low on transmission fluid or had a clogged transmission filter. But if you have metal shaving in your transmission fluid filter/oil pan. This will be the death of your transmission. Because all the metal shavings are pumped back into the gears, where they will be stuck.
Running a transmission with lots of metal shavings inside of it, is not much different from running it with sand in between the gears. So, yeah. Just like the other guy said. If you have an older or abused car, DON't let the shops talk you into getting one of those reverse transmission flushes. This will turn a transmission that's semi-usable into a completely blown transmission I'd say about 25 to 100 miles of driving later down the road.
Change your transmission filter and have the trans flushed.
Remove pan. Pull filter. Replace filter and gasket. Torqe to spec. Refill fluid to correct level.
Five on a filter change, or 12 when dry from an overhaul.
You should change your transmission fluid between 125000 km to 150000 km with the filter for an automatic . and the same for a standard without the filter . because there is no filter required for a standard transmission .
Every 15K miles
transmission filter -replaismen
The filter is inside the transmission and must be took apart to change the filter.
The 1997 Chevrolet Blazer didn't come with a cabin filter.
In an automatic Eclipse, the transmission filter is located inside of the transmission. To change the filter, the entire transmission must be disassembled to reach it.
Should be located inside the transmission oil pan
If you are just dropping the pan for a filter change, 4 qts should do it. If the trans is totally empty including the torque converter, 11 qts should do it.
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the transmission has to be spit apart in order to change the trans filter.
there is no such thing as transmission filter,u have to change the transmission fluid.
You don't clean them - you replace them.
you should. its def worth it. you dont absolutely have to, but you really should.
Inside the transmission. Most Honda transmission filters are non servicable. The transmission must be removed to change the filter. By the time the filter needs changing, the transmission needs rebuilding. Change the fluid and forget the filter.
I recommend you change it every 75,000 miles.
look you are going to drain the transmission pan clean up the seal and change the transmission filter and apply fresh transmissionfluid.
you can change the fluid, but not the filter. drain the fluid from the drain plug on the bottom of the transmission and refill from the dipstick. the filter is only accessable by overhauling the transmission
i need to know where to put the new transmission filter to change it
To change the transmission filter on your vehicle you have to drop the transmission pan. Once you get it down you will see the filter. It comes out by pulling it down and twisting it a little.
You don't. It has a lifetime internal filter in the transmission.