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Asked by Nov 01, 2016 at 09:43 AM about the 2002 Pontiac Grand Am GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

How change transmission fluid
in2002 pontiac grand am

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3IhyQeczsI -- hope this helps

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REMOVAL 1.Raise and support the vehicle. 2.Place the drain pan under the transaxle oil pan. 3.Remove the oil pan bolts from only the front and the sides. 4.Loosen the rear oil pan bolts about 4 turns. 5.Lightly tap the oil pan with a rubber mallet or pry in order to allow the fluid to drain. 6.Inspect the fluid color. 7.Remove the remaining oil pan bolts. 8.Remove the oil pan. 9.Remove the oil pan gasket. 10.Remove the oil filter. Use a long screwdriver in order to pry the oil filter neck out of the seal. Check the oil filter seal for damage or wear. INSTALLATION 1.Install a new seal, as needed. Before installing, coat the new seal with a small amount petroleum jelly. 2.Install a new filter into the case. 3.Install the oil pan gasket. Use a new gasket if the sealing ribs are damaged. 4.Clean and dry the oil pan. Inspect the pan for damage and replace the pan if necessary. 5.Install the oil pan. 6.Install the oil pan bolts. Tighten 7.Tighten the bolts to 16 N·m (12 lb ft). 8.Lower the vehicle. Fill the transaxle to the proper level with DEXRON® III fluid or the equivalent. 9.Inspect the pan for leaks. Recheck the transmission fluid level.

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I am guessing 7 US Quarts in the pan, but call your parts dealer or auto store to verify..

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