manny6584: just changed my filter today. you only have to remove one bolt from the bracket. the one closest to the front of car. just loosen the back bolt. and the bracket will just swivel out of the way
phuong pham: hey do you still have the car ? and how many miles does it has on it ? how many mile would you reconmed to change out the AFT filter ?
krauser979: well at least i dont have to jack up my car to do this but my air filter bolts are seized and snapped so i gotta deal with that first >.>
Dominique Stanback: I have a 2001 Acura Tl it has about 200k miles & I don't know what type of transmission filter I need to get for my car... when I went for auto zone it a a screw in kind & another kind if u can please help me because it's been parked in my yard for a while because people was telling me a need a new transmission & then someone told me I just might need to drain that oil out and buy a filter but what type of transmission filter I need for my car?
Steven Clarke: I'm looking to buy a cl type s. They just replaced the tranny with a aftermarket one should I worry about the tranny taking a crap again. It has 178,000 thanks
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ThatGuyKappa: you or someone should really open up one of these filters and see whats inside and how they are constructed, do they have a bypass valve? and see how well they are filtering the atf fluid
phuong pham: are you sure that is the transmission filter cause I ask some professional mechanic and they all said that the transmission is built in side of the trany and there is only one way to replace it that to take out the trany to replace it
Frk Petr: Good video, good instructions - made the filter change on 03 TL much easier. THANKS.
P0nchera90: i have a 2001 Acura Cl type-S. my engine has 225k miles but the tranny was replaced about 4 years ago, so the tranny is newer than the engine. but recently i have had some slipping on all gears. The RPM would kick up and shift really hard into gear…. i thought my transmission would go out by now. have you ever encounter that before and do you recommend doing the drain and filter change?
Yoshimatics: This is highly recommend if your TL has the outer oil filter and if car starts slipping on any gear specially on Sports Mode. I did this while back and took the slipping problem away.
carlorocky: Can you believe the '04 accord v6 has a trans filter inside the trans housing that can not be serviced! There's no way to get to it unless you remove the transmission and disassemble the entire thing. How disgusting! Honda is regressing. Guess that explains the many many transmission problems with their cars. We live in a disposable society.
liljumpman02: would you highly recommend changing this ?
RatchetsAnd Wrenches: Hey no problem, glad to hear your transmission is feeling better. Cheers
Michael McKinney: what tool did you use to remove the bracket for the transmission filter? do you happen to have the product#? im having some difficulty removing that bracket.
RatchetsAnd Wrenches: I would do drain atf, replace filter, Refill. gl
EdDy4RheelZ: I have a question. Do you have to drain out the transmission fluid first before replacing filter or is it vice versa? Thank you. I have 2003 Acura TL S-type, so it's a similar second generation Acura TL.
RatchetsAnd Wrenches: I assume you've had it since new and never changed it right? Because Wars have been fought over this question lol, but I fight on the side of leaving it alone. GL
910techfan: i have a 2005 acura tl with 143k I have never changed the fluid...what should I do? leave it alone or start changing?
RatchetsAnd Wrenches: Hi, there was about 121K on the car when I replaced the filter.
How to Replace the Transmission Oil Filter on a 2000 Acura TL 3.2L VTEC5
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