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Hi. Im the second owner and have had this car for about 4 years. It has 99500 miles I have gone so far as to rebuild a ttansmission for a different car. So i need to know if draining and changing my ATF without changing the filter is ok or bad.
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I have gone so far as to rebuild a ttansmission for a different car. So i need to know if draining and changing my ATF without changing the filter is ok or bad.

 

what?

 

if it has the external spin on filter, it's very easy to change, if it does not, just drain and refill.

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Thank you. I have looked for precision documetation to determine where the filter(s) are and cannot get a definitive answer for my exact car. I think i will just drain and add new fluidcwith some lucas. Thanks again
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OEM spin on external filter is like $20 bucks.

 

That said, on my old 2003 it was rust seized on and more hassle than it was worth to deal with removing.

 

Drain and fill is easy.

 

Skip the Lucas. Not needed. Fresh Dex III will make that old 4 speed auto happy.

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