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Old 12-08-18
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Iíve bought a spare filter/strainer but yet to install. Figured Iíd do one flush then drive for a year, drop pan to clean and install filter then refill with new oil. My oil isnít looking too bad and I donít do any long range towing.

By my observations dropping oil from drain in pan plus pulling cooler hose to power flush oil out there is approx 6 litres removed. If the pan and filter removed another 1 litre is removed leaving about 2.5 still in box. Hard to get out unless torque converter physically removed. As long as the oil isnít left well beyond the service intervals I think this approach is fine. As one Ozzy 4wd driver indicated he replaces about 4 litres of trans fluid every other oil change to keep fluid quality in check.
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Is it the Toyota Prado that uses the same Aisin transmission ?
Has anyone looked up the cost and what toyota does for a trans service ?
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I’ve bought a spare filter/strainer but yet to install. Figured I’d do one flush then drive for a year, drop pan to clean and install filter then refill with new oil. My oil isn’t looking too bad and I don’t do any long range towing.

By my observations dropping oil from drain in pan plus pulling cooler hose to power flush oil out there is approx 6 litres removed. If the pan and filter removed another 1 litre is removed leaving about 2.5 still in box. Hard to get out unless torque converter physically removed. As long as the oil isn’t left well beyond the service intervals I think this approach is fine. As one Ozzy 4wd driver indicated he replaces about 4 litres of trans fluid every other oil change to keep fluid quality in check.
Any chance of a picture of the new filter/strainer? The discussion about what it actually consists of (filter or strainer) in the Jatco box has been going on for several years without a real outcome. I for one would love to know, and a picture could help resolve it.
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Iíll see what I can with pic. Itís not OEM and from memory cannot see inside so not sure if pic will help.
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Is it the Toyota Prado that uses the same Aisin transmission ?
Has anyone looked up the cost and what toyota does for a trans service ?
If I remember correctly on my last auto service they fitted a Toyota {Landcruiser ?} filter ,somethings wrong if Toyota parts are cheaper.
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Old 01-10-18
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Hi,


I am based in India and have a 2009 NT 3.2 DID Pajero (Called Montero here). It has run 100K kms and I would like to do a full AT service.



Would anyone have the part number for the OE AT filter & Gasket Maker. On ebay Australia, I found a Ryco Filter/Gasket set (1 Pc Ryco Transmission Filter Part No : RTK138). Is Ryco a good brand, can I go ahead with that.


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https://www2.pajeroclub.com.au/forum...t=55072&page=3

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I as recently as last month had my trans oil changed by the dealer ( West Australian - Northern Suburbs ) For the 3rd time in the vehicles 130,000k life - First was at 10,000 the 2nd was at 60,000ks and now the third time at 130,000ks. My theory is - there is a lot of moving parts with very high tolerances, and oil is relatively cheap in the scheme of things. Every fluid in the vehicle was changed at 10,000ks - this would consider the running in period and all the metal particles generated during this period need to be removed to ensure longevity. As a dealer trained HD Mechanic ( Caterpillar / Komatsu ) we apply the same maintenance practices in principal with Heavy Mining Equipment. I went the dealer option to have them service the trans and complete the engine valve check adjustments at approximately the same intervals, along with the major services - everything else I research and do myself.
I could not be happier with the support from the dealership over the years and my Pajero has never driven better.....
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Yeah, I'm thinking I will leave the auto service to the dealer myself. I'm not confident enough and I don't even have a garage or flat driveway to work in, my oil changes are done on the street!

If anything goes wrong after their service at least I can hold them responsible.
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