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This filter is thinner than stock, and does not include shorter screws.
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The guy below me who said his gasket failed, likely overtightened the pan bolts, or undertightened one or more of them. I've used this same gasket many times on my DSM's over the years, and have never had a problem. Always have installed it like this: 0. When removing the pan bolts, put them on a piece of paper in the exact order you removed them, in the shape of the pan. Some bolts are longer than others! 1. Scrape all pan gasket material off both the pan, and the transmission, making sure both surfaces are clean and dry after. Use brakecleaner on a rag if needed. 2. Lightly coat both sides of the pan gasket with copper RTV. (Tip: do the side that goes onto the pan first, so you can just stick it on there while doing the other side.) 3. Let dry for 5 minutes so it holds in place, then put it back up on the transmission. 4. It's much easier to hold the pan in place with one hand, while using a cordless drill to zip the bolts back in with the other, don't fully torque them down yet until every bolt is in. I like to alternate from side to side, top to bottom, for even tightening. 5. If you can wait to refill the ATF until the next day, do it, I always let my RTV cure overnight. 6. Re-check pan bolts after driving ~100mi or so to make sure they are still tight.
The gasket failed after about 450 miles. So much fluid leaked that my car wouldnt go in gear and I had to get someone to bring me fluid just so I could make it home. I guess the filter is fine, it fit and came with the correct bolts, but if you buy this kit, dont use the gasket, it is junk. Get an oem gasket or use RTV. BTW the car is a 93 3000GT. Trans code F4A33 Im not the only one that had this problem either.
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