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Old 12-01-2016, 06:20 PM   #1
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Transmission filter change

I am is the process of changing the transmission Filter in my 4 speed chevy transmission. I have two questions. What is the torque for the pan bolts? Also how much fluid will I have to add to fill it back up? I know I am asking a lot but thank you.
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Snug. 18 lb/ft if you're getting technical. I use a dot of blue threadlocker as well. Don't crank them down; you'll bend the lip and it will leak forever. About six quarts will come out; put in four run it and check the dipstick to be sure you don't overfill it. Also, look at the dipstick for the type of fluid; 05 may be the transition year between Dexron III and Dexron 6, you don't want to mix the two regardless of what you hear to the contrary.
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Old 12-02-2016, 06:33 PM   #3
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Thanks bill06447. I will keep all that in my mind when I do the job.
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Any thoughts on the fill and flush like Honda recommends on cars? Since there is a large amount still in the converter once you empty and the drain bolt makes fluid swap easy.... On my CRV the recommendation is 3 times.
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