if it is anything like my 97' Saturn Sl2. The engine must be dropped out to dismount the transmission.
Mobil 1 or dextron lll synthetic
yes it is also the same
yes, been there done that works beautifully get the trans rebuilt while its out of the car itll make it much nicer ride especially if its a standard
Go to http://www.nhtsa.gov/and look see.
Have you call your local library. That might have one in the reference area.
I just replaced the radiator in my 97 SL2 today. What exactly are you asking? Step by step instructions?
Remove the transmission pan, it is on the bottom of the transmission inside the pan
Depends on the year, engine, and tranny type. Not all with interchange
97 SL2 does not have a change oil light. Only the red oil indicator which means you have a serious problem
No, there is not near enough room for a small block V8.
You have to drop the whole transmission pan, then refill from the transmission dipstick
Between the engine oil pan and the transmission oil pan. It is cast aluminum.
You must remove the transmission pan to get to it.
its on the front of the transmission, near the trans pan
Look at the oil filler cap. My 97 SL2 says 5W-30.
'97 sunfire axle nut is 195 ft-lbs. Should be the same for Saturn
The only hard part is the EGR valve assembly. The head on the newer Saturn is slightly different, making it necessary to find a work-around for the EGR valve.
A 97 Saturn that stays in forward gears could be one of two problems. Either the electronic transmission controls are stuck in forward, or the internal bands in the transmission have welded themselves together.
14 quarts of transmission fluid with torque converter emptied, 7-8 quarts of transmission fluid with just the pan removal and pan emptied.
I have the same problem with my 99 SL2. No clue what is wrong.
uhm, if its an automatic, its the transmission pan. holds trany fluid. seriously, get out from under your car.
its located inside the transmission. need to drain fluid, remove pan.
You have to remove the transmission pan and you will see them bolted in the side of the valve body in the transmission.
Did you get a 4 wheel alignment AFTER you lowered it? You upset the geometry by lowering the car. Get a 4 wheel alignment and see what that does.