Transmission Maintenance, Replacement,

How to Change Automatic Transmission Fluid and Filter (COMPLETE Guide),

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Automatic Transmission Fluid Change. This is the complete guide on how to change the transmission fluid in your car or truck! I give you valuable tips like tightening the bolts on the transmission valve body gasket so you get crisper shifts or using silicone on the rubber gasket to hold it in place.

Transmission Filter:
Transmission Fluid:
Silicon Paste:
Abrasive Pad:
Low-torque Toque wrench:
Ramps I use:

Cris-cross Tightening Sequence:

How to Change Your Engine Oil:
Can Changing your Transmission Fluid Damage your Transmission?:
How to Change your Differential Fluid:

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19 Replies to “Transmission Maintenance, Replacement,”

  1. Just a thought… Can you guys get "Blue Hylomar" in the US..? It`s been my preferred gasket sealant as well as when replacing coolant hoses on any aluminium (note the spelling..!!) spigot connections and even plastic spigots. I tend to do hose clips up very carefully so as not to cut the hose. Generally when I`m replacing parts on any vehicles, it gets a dose of copper grease, Loctite or Blue Hylomar depending on the situation…

  2. I know this is probably a dumb question but, I have regular glasses that I'm supposed to wear, would I be able to use them, or should I stick to safety glasses?

  3. Chrisfix teach us how to do a transmission fluid change on a car that does NOT have a dip stick.

  4. Hello sir
    Thanks for your handy clip.
    I am interested in most of your clips.
    However, i am from Cambodia and my country mostly use second hand car from United State.
    80% of the car is Toyota, such as Camry 2002-2010, Corlla 2003-2007, Rav4 2002-2006, Lexus RX 1999-2010, Highlander 2001-2009, Prius 2004-2010.
    Could you please make more clip related to those car above.
    Your clips are full of detail and clear English to me.
    I like the way you describe thing around….
    Thanks and hope to see your new post.

  5. Chris my used car didn’t come with that tool to raise it. what brand would you recommend? I also need those things to hold my car up while I take off the wheels.

  6. Hi Chris, I poured 1 qrt of Dexron 3 fluid to my Corolla 2007 transmission by accident while it requires Toyota T type 4 fluid. Do you have any ideas for this?

  7. How often should transmission fluid be changed and if you should ever do flushes? Vehicles is a 2006 Silverado.

  8. so I would just make a trans change ?? my fluid is burnt/damaged. and my torque converter is stuck in off position

  9. Hey chris! Love your videos. One question. After I drain the pan, where do I add the fluid? I drive a 2003 subaru outback and there's no separate cap to remove to add fluid. Do I just add it where the dipstick goes into? thanks.

  10. How long transmission fluid should be replaced? I replace the fluid every 40.000km or 24month and flush every 80.000km or 48month.

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