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Drain as much fluid as you can before pan removal. Learn how to crack the seal on the transmission oil pan when changing transmission fluid in this free auto maintenance video from a car repair professional. Expert: Nathan McCullough Bio: Nathan McCullough graduated from Nashville Auto-Diesel College with a GPA of 3.5 and received their Craftsmanship Award and Honor Seal. Filmmaker: Robert Rogers

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25 Responses to “How to Change Transmission Fluid : Cracking Seal on Transmission Pan”

  1. enginecontrol32 says:

    whoa!, never thought it would be that easy..thanks alot..but how often do you change your transmission fluid?

  2. blackpassenger says:

    excellent. now how do i do that on a volvo 940

  3. scott21992 says:

    i love the videos by this guy (nathan mccullough) i think i spelled that right, but hes really specific and although i knew everything in this video, i watched and knew exactly what he was talking about.
    Ps. i think its hilarious how in most of his videos he says “in THIS clip” lol

  4. orangejulius072 says:

    so how do i break the seal if it won’t break? lol

    i have tryed the rubber mallet and nothing happens at all it won’t break the seal at all. no leaks nothing

    and i even went down to two bolts loosely on the pan lol!!

  5. jimmy101112000 says:

    If that mallet does not work use a flathead screw driver to break the seal but be damned careful not to gouge the mating surface. Try to wedge between the pan and seal and not between transmission and seal.

    The transmission fluid in this video is burnt and was way overdue.

  6. MRSketch09 says:

    Thanks for helping me change my Transmission fluid on a Saturday afternoon.

  7. edstar83 says:

    Great info thanks mate!

  8. moos209 says:

    I think he might be coming down with something. His nose was stuffy.

  9. bbsombs says:

    dam that shit wass really black haha glad u changed it

  10. dlwst44 says:

    A 3/8″ air ratchet makes this 10000 times faster, like $20 at Harbor Freight Tools 🙂

  11. DARRLY17 says:

    It’s from breathing in too much transmission fluid fumes!!!

  12. okreneok says:

    where do i get the new gaskets at if i do this myself

  13. neg12003 says:

    Very helpful. Thanks

  14. HERAS4LIFE says:

    my oil is brown, anybody know why?
    please tell me so i can fix that too along with the oil change

  15. Drummerofrevolt says:

    Sounds like you either got your oil pan or your transmission fluid is burnt

  16. ShinGakuma says:

    the smell of transmission fluid, like flowers! 😀

  17. IFuckedUrGirl says:

    anybody know how to change the front trans seal??? I’ve got an 87 C10 that needs new front trans seal from what I’ve been told.

  18. yadiras69 says:

    daaaaaaaaaaaaaaammnnn that shit was black i think he put oil in his transmission that is y he needed the trans oil change jajajajajaj

  19. gillytech says:

    @HERAS4LIFE Yeah, carbon. Probably some seepage from the piston rings but its not really something to worry about unless its happening way too soon

  20. slipp1229 says:

    This guy from Michigan RULES! He has the best DIY car videos on UTube.

  21. MrWillydoit says:

    okreneok, try Pizza Hut……….. Where do you think an auto parts supplier, dealer or tranny shop

  22. estidecrissdemarde says:

    you dont flush the torque converter ????

  23. icehorse1010 says:

    I agree. It looked sick. More dark brown the any kind of red i ever saw.

  24. hsaad7547 says:

    i cant see shit from all these word on the screen

  25. MikeWithBigTube says:

    you sick nathan. im guessing its cold where you are

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