To change transmission fluid, remove the bolts from the transmission pan, and allow all the fluid to drain out. Replace the filter, re-attach the pan, and add fresh transmission fluid. More »

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Manufacturers typically suggest that automatic transmission fluid should be changed every 20,000 to 25,000 miles. This is often done at service stations, but some people do the job themselves. More »

Remove the transmission pan, drain the transmission fluid, replace the filter, reattach the pan and refill the system with fluid to change your own transmission fluid. The process requires only a few tools and materials,... More »

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To change the transmission fluid in a Chrysler, loosen the transmission pan, allow the fluid to drain into an approved container, and remove and replace the gasket and filter housed in the transmission pan. Replace the p... More »

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To change transmission fluid, jack up the front of the vehicle, open the transmission pan, inspect the old transmission fluid, check the gasket, replace the filter and add new fluid. The exact steps to changing transmiss... More »

To change the transmission fluid in a Dodge Neon, drain the transmission pan, detach and clean the pan, remove the gasket, remove the O-ring sealer, replace the filter, and install a new gasket. Attach and tighten the tr... More »

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Steps for replacing transmission fluid include loosening the bolts on the transmission pan, measuring the old fluid to determine how much new fluid is required, removing the used gasket, replacing the filter and adding t... More »

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