transmission gasket on 1997 Ford Taurus

how do you change the transmission gasket on a 1997 ford taurus/

by in Ronan, MT on June 30, 2009
1 answer
ANSWER by on July 04, 2009
this is a messy job with out a lift. You basically remove the pan bolts ( be prepared to be drenched with trans fluid and let the car COOL down or you will be burnt ) After the pan is off, clean it up and replace the gasket and then reverse the process. if you can, get a rubber gasket rather than cork because the tend not to leak as much. Don't over tighten he bolts. 'Wrist tight' should do just fine.
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