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Does anyone know where the internal ATF is located for Trajet 2003 and newer models, and how difficult it is to replace?
 

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Does anyone know where the internal ATF is located for Trajet 2003 and newer models, and how difficult it is to replace?
Is it a 2003? Newer? I think you must own more than one. Need to know which.
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Has been answered previously. Must pull A/T from vehicle, put on desk, split case.

No need to know which one. Internal filter is same all over on any of the F4A4x trannys.

Screw on filter can is easier to replace but 2003 will not have one.
 

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Has been answered previously. Must pull A/T from vehicle, put on desk, split case.

No need to know which one. Internal filter is same all over on any of the F4A4x trannys.

Screw on filter can is easier to replace but 2003 will not have one.
This what I would love to hear. My original A/T had an external can filter , the new one which I don't know its model, has an internal filter , and they're all interchangeable, as far as I know . I thought it was an easy job , but clearly, this not the case. I don't think I need to bother anymore, unless it becomes necessary. Thank you for helping me out, on this.
 

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My original A/T had an external can filter , the new one which I don't know its model, has an internal filter.

They all have an internal filter, kind of a sump sieve before the pump. Blue can filter is additional on the early A/Ts and filters only the oil going thru the valve body.
 
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