No. The manual transmission does not have a filter.
The manual shift transmission does not have a filter.
Inside the transmission.
If it truly is trans-related then I'd be inclined to do a trans service, changing oil and filter.
Approx 5 or 6
The automatic transmission holds about five quarts of fluid if your changing the filter. If it is a freshly installed unit, it will take about ten quarts.
Inside the transmission - remove transmission oil pan for access
It is inside the oil pan on the transmission.
It is on the bottom of the transmission, inside the oil pan.
it is located in the pan
Remove transmission oil pan for filter access
remove the transmission pan. then remove the filter.
Transmission overheat.Transmission overheat.
It is the spin on style filter inside the transmission pan.It is the spin on style filter inside the transmission pan.
Try changing transmission fluid and filter
Inside the transmission, remove pan to access.
Inside the transmission, just above the pan.
Inside the trans pan.
Possible that the filter is mis installed and the transmission is not able to pump the oil.
Inside the transmission pan.Inside the transmission pan.
It is not difficult to change the transmission filter on a Dodge Durango, but it is time consuming. There is a cover that needs to be taken off after loosening the bolts. The transmission fluid needs to be drained into a bucket. After the new filter is put in, the cover is put back on and new fluid is added.
It takes ATF4 - if you are just changing the filter it calls for 4 qt for the pan. If you are evacuating the whole system its 10.4 qts.
remove transmission pan at right rear of transaxle, pull out old filter insert new one
It is in the pan.
under the tranny filter