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2001 Maristar Tranny Q's

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  • #16
    Turns out, once the allen key loosened up, the rest was pretty straight forward. Used needle nose pliers to grab the tab that says "ATF" and it popped right off. Then the rubber gasket popped out and out came the filter, again, using the needle nose to pull it out. Sure enough, there was some sort of hair / mesh that the filter had caught...pretty big chunk (quarter size and about as thick as an eraser on a no. 2 pencil). I'm sure it had never been out as the paint over the entire assembly had never been broken...13 yrs with the filter never cleaned....pulling the plug next. Thank you very much for the help.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by mtajpa View Post
      ...even remove the actual drain plug at the bottom and catch the remaining fluid in a shallow pan...
      Has anyone rigged up a drain hose on the transmission like the one that takes the place of the drain plug on the engine oil pan?
      2006 X-45, L18, slate gray/white

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