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Question Details Asked:Jul 04, 2008 - 10:30 AMStatus:Closed
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Did you make any adjustments while installing the filter? Is it in correctly?It sounds like either you have a vacuum leak (did you know any hoses loose?) , mechanical linkage problem or TPS issue.
All I did was change the transmission fluid and filter, and installed the new ones. I made no adjustments at all. I also did not notice any kind of leaks etc.
Did you use an OEM or aftermarket filter?There was a revised OEM filter, because of a problem with the cooler return filter.Did you replace the cooler return filter and the transmission filter?
What is a cooler filter, never heard of it and I dont know if the filter I bought was an OEM or not. What is an OEM? and where is the cooler filter located?
OEM is the manufacturer's part. GM, Ford, Chrysler, etc.Aftermarket is NAPA, Schucks. AutoZone, etc.The cooler return filter is a round filter next to the main filter, in the corner.It should be replaced along with the transmission filter.
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