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How to change transmission filter in a 2005 chevy impala

Im trying to change the transmission filter in my 2005 chevy impala. My car jerks sometime when changing gear. Do you think thats the problem?

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Changing fluid is just that

Old fluid out, new in, won't fix a thing

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Check the fluid level in the transmission. You may be "running out" of fluid needed to shift to second.
You can try changing the transmission fluid and adding a small amount of Lucas transmission additive it may help a balky solenoid. Fords don't have a filter for you to change, but do offer a add-on type on the line to the radiator.

Posted on Oct 20, 2010

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I own a 2005 Chevy impala too I took it back were I got it from and they check it out you transmisson fluid might have thined out take and have it check asap!!!!! I'am not a mac. but I am sure thats not good they took it stright to the rack and changed it and flushed it out you might have got some bad transmisson fluid. Thats what they told me do that see how that works for you.

good luck

Posted on Nov 19, 2008

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If you have a check light on then of course that would be your best bet to go to Autozone or elsewhere and have them pull the codes for you to try and give you a clear understanding. If the light is not on but the car just does like you are indicating sometimes, then in almost all certainty it is the transmission speed sensor. They are not all that expensive (I had a Kia before and I believe it was around $30). And they are not all that difficult to change out. engine-light-help.com gives some information on speed sensors and some checks you can do. Hope this helps.

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The blower motor resistor is located behind the glovebox mounted in the fan housing box under the dash.

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theres most likely a bad sensor located somewhere on the transmission.

Posted on Apr 13, 2010

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