The owners manual that came with the car will tell you that information
It does not have a drain plug, when the pan is unbolted the fluid will run out. It should take 5 quarts plus or minus 1 quart. Put in 3 quarts and check the dip stick then ad 1 pint ( 1/2 quart ) until the full mark checking every 1 pint.
some later model Hyundai's have filters.. spin ons.. this model from underneath pull the kick panel on the drivers side towards the tire. feel around for a plug (3/8 female) stick a 3/8 drive breaker bar in it and hit it towards the left. once the plug is loose slowly back it out.. the fluid will spray on the kick panel.. you can try and drain it into a container for measurement. or start with about 1 and 3/4 qts. USE HYUNDAI ATF or additive. retighten plug, not to hard the alum. trans case will crack! start car and take thru gears for a about a minute or so.. check fluid level in neutral. e-break on.. it should not take any more than 3qts., can't remember the exact quantity!
The transmission filter is located under the transmission on a 2002 Hyundai Sonata. it is under the transmission drain pan.
The filter is inside the transmission and is not to be serviced. Just drain fluid and replace.
There is a plug on the bottom of the transmission to drain it. You will need to heat up the fluid before you drain it. Be very carefull of the hot fluid.
remove drain plug on drivers side,transmission pan,refill with hyundia fluid.gm jim be sure to use SP II type fluid or Genuine Hyundai tranny fluid. HYUNDAI NOW USES SPIII FLUID. THIS IS COMPATIBLE WITH ALL HYUNDAI A/T.
There should be a drain plug on the bottom of the radiator, I believe the plug is white.
The transmission on a 2002 Hyundai will have a drain bolt located underneath it. Loosen the bolt and drain the old fluid into a pan. Once done use Hyundai recommended transmission fluid and pour it in.
The engine block drain plug on a 2004 Hyundai is on the bottom of the block. It is on the back, very accessible behind the starter.
the drain plug should be located under the radiator a plastic screw plug
FILTERSWix Oil Filter........51334Wix Air Filter........42797Wix Fuel Filter.......33319CAPACITIESEngine, with filter..........4.8 quarts Cooling System, Initial Fill..........9.0 quartsAutomatic Transmission, Total Fill..........8.3 quartsManual Transmission, ..........4.4 pints After refill check oil level.TORQUESOil Drain Plug.....26-32 ft-lbsManual TransmissionFill Plug.....22-25 ft-lbsDrain Plug.....22-25 ft-lbsHope This Helps.
Hyundai 2005 Elantra automatic transmissino drain plug located on the bottom of transmissino housing..
Fluid capacity depends on the transmission on your vehicle, it should be stamped on the transmission pan. 4L60-E Automatic Transmission Drain and Refill 4.7 Liters (5.0 Quarts) Overhaul 10.6 Liters (11.0 Quarts)4L80-E Automatic Transmission Drain and Refill 7.3 Liters (7.7 Quarts) Overhaul 12.8 Liters (13.5 Quarts)
SP-III This is the only fluid compatible with Hyundai/Kia and Mitsubishi transmissions. It is only available at their dealerships and will cost about $6 a quart. The good news is you only need 3-4 quarts to drain and refill the transmission which you should do about every 30k.
Look at the rear or side of the oil pan
the capacity of the 2004r is 3.5 quarts for drain and refill, and 11.0 quarts dry.
holds 3 quarts if you only drain the pan and 8 quarts if you drain the tourque converter too!
The Dakota 4.7 take ATF +4 fluid, not Dexron or Mercon. The capacity for a 45RFE transmission is 14 quarts after a complete drain. Otherwise, it is 10 quarts for a complete drain, or 4 quarts for a filter replacement.
Iy is on the lower right of th e rad. Sometimes it is easier to take off the lower rad hose to drain the radiator
where is the transmission frain plug on a 2006 santa fe locate
2.5 quarts on just a drain and fill. 6.9 quarts on a dry unit
its located inside the transmission. need to drain fluid, remove pan.
Drain and fill is 5 quarts. Dont know the total of the whole transmission.
The number in your user manual (14 quarts for 40R70W) transmission is for the transmission and torque converter If you just drain the pan and replace the filter it takes 4-5 quarts to fill back up.
An automatic transmission on Ford Ranger holds three quarts of transmission fluid. That is after you drain all the old transmission fluid out.
Per my local Hyundai Shop this model does not have a serviceable filter, therefore you only drain and fill this transsmission.
It's about 14 quarts of transmission fluid, but you can't drain it all unless you're flushing it, so expect to be able to drain (and replace) about 5 quarts. RFischer McLean, VA Dec 28, 2008