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Transmission oil change
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    trumpetjazz
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    Default Transmission oil change

    Do you need to change the filter when changing the transmission oil? 1997 Legacy/outback limited

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    You shouldn't have to do anything with the filter at all. I just changed mine, and didn't touch the filter. If you have a magnetic plug, make sure you check it for shavings and examine them. If you don't have an magnetic plug, get one to replace the stock one with! Hope this helps....

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    Dear Fishingitj,

    Thanks for your reply, although I did replace the filter. The oil probably had never been changed and it has over a hundred thousand miles on it. I am now in the process of changing all the fluids.

    I have a small oil leak and it looks like it is coming from the right rear of the engine oil pan. Two years ago the plastic oil pressure plate was changed with a metal one along with the seals, valve cover gaskets, etc. Do I need to replace the o-rings on the oil pump intake within the pan?

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    Yes, that looks like the culperate. I would try that first because it makes sense, then go from there if it continues to leak....

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