if you plan on doing it yourself, you maybe want to check the DIY section of this forum, which has a thread that answers most al questions you could have about changing the transmission fluid.
What I am referring to has graduations per ounce.gallon milk container or empty quart oil container
I bought some cheapo plastic jars from a dollar store. They have markings for ounces and quarts. Works perfectly.I tried looking online for a quart size measured container and haven't had luck. I even looked at scientic supply websites. Using a measuring cup is a pain.
No, there isn't a filter as there was in past transmissions. There is a screen that gets left alone. Just remove the plug and drain.Just a quick question about this trannie oil changout. Is there not a filter in the pan that needs to be replaced at the same time. Had this done a on my other "truck" ... and they had to drop the pan, filter and replace.
Nice to see a plug in the bottom of the pan.
I understand, but a graduated container is faster and more accurate. You would just pour into it read the ounces and pour that off into a recycling container. It's when you get to the end and the smaller amount doesn't come up to your markings you then are guessing what's there.4 cups = 1 quart
Fill the container w/ 4 cups of water. Make a mark at each quart interval. Empty water.