There is no easy way to drain the torque converter, or the cooler lines, etc. Having 7 quarts on hand will guarantee that you have enough, plus some extra.
Be sure you put the sump filter seal into the trans first, then install the filter. If the old one happens to come out with the filter, that's ok. Then, install the new one into the trans. You don't want to put it on the filter, and try to install it that way.
Be quite careful when you are tightening up the many pan bolts! They are easy to strip! The torque rating for them is in inch pounds. Add fluid slowly while checking for leaks. Once you get 4 fresh quarts in there, fire it up and top it off. Remember, trans fluid expands as it warms up, so don't overfill.
I am having issues with my AC system. I live in Florida, which sucks. However, I have recently replaced the evaporator, the compressor, the blower motor, the blower motor resistor, the blower motor/resistor wiring harness, and the accumulator. Prior to replacing the compressor and...
I've got a 2001 4.7. Some time ago, I had to have the ABS unit rebuilt, after it turned into a tiny jackhammer factory. The unit hasn't made noise since, but the brake and ABS lights have stayed on. The brake fluid level is fine, and I rarely use ABS, so there's been no urgency. I replaced the...
Good afternoon. I have a 2002 Durango and I've already obtained an AC module to replace my old one. I'm hoping someone can help guide me through the process. I'm assuming I have to remove a portion of the dash. Does anyone have any experience doing this?