REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
Fig. Fig. 1 Remove the oil pan drain plug and allow the transmission fluid to drain prior to pan removal
Fig. Fig. 2 Remove the transmission pan retaining bolts
Fig. Fig. 3 Lower the pan from the transmission
Fig. Fig. 4 Remove and discard the old pan gasket
Fig. Fig. 5 Unbolt the filter from the automatic transmission, ...
Fig. Fig. 6 ... then inspect and clean or replace it as needed
Fig. Fig. 7 Remove the magnet (if equipped) and clean all traces of debris
Fig. Fig. 8 Clean the pan thoroughly, then allow it to air dry
Fig. Fig. 9 Install a new pan gasket without sealer
Fig. Fig. 10 Position the magnet so that it is directly beneath the oil strainer
Clean the exterior of the transmission around the pan.
Remove the drain plug and drain the fluid into a suitable container.
Unscrew all the pan retaining bolts and carefully remove the pan assembly. Discard the gasket.
There will still be some fluid in the oil pan. Be careful not to damage the filler tube or the O-ring.
Remove the small magnet from the bottom of the oil pan and clean it thoroughly.
Clean the pan with a suitable solvent and allow it to air dry.
Remove the five retaining bolts and then remove the oil strainer. Be careful not to puncture the strainer upon removal.
Carefully clean the oil strainer with compressed air or a suitable solvent.
Installation is in the reverse order of removal. Please note the following:
Always use a new pan gasket, but never use gasket sealer.
Before installing the pan, place a clean magnet on the bottom so that it will be positioned directly beneath the oil strainer.
Tighten the oil strainer retaining bolts to 44-52 inch lbs. (4-5 ft. lbs.)