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Q: Transmission filter location? 2008 Kia Rondo

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I want the location of transmission filer
My car has an automatic filter.

Hello - this transmission has the filter integrated between the valve body, and main case of the transmission. It is NOT serviceable without some disassembly of the transmission, and is not intended for fluid and filter service as most transmissions historically have been designed. A transmission shop will need to be engaged for this service.

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