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Old 05-21-14, 11:49 PM   #1
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Hey guys, was wondering if there was a write up on here somewhere showing how to flush/change automatic trans fluid? I have a 94 SC300 and I haven't changed my trans fluid in about 3-4 years or 65K miles or so, and the car is shifting just fine, but I figured I would do it again since it hasn't been done in awhile as preventative maintenance. I searched, but couldn't find anything for the automatic trans on how to do this. Is there a filter that needs to be changed in the trans or do I need to just drain and refill it with new fluid? Is the trans plug near the oil plug? Thanks in advance.
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Here are a couple SC400 threads I bookmarked; don't know how much the SC300 setup differs. The general info should still pertain.
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