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Old 03-29-2005, 09:55 AM   #1
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Transmission Filter Kit --Brand New OEM--

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Do you need to replace your transmission filter? I just change mine and I am glad that I did. I currently have 70,000 miles on my car and my transmission fluid and filter looks dirty and had tons of metal shaving.

If you want to change your transmission filter and/or fluid this kit is perfect for you. This is the Original BMW Transmission Filter Kit. This kit comes with everything you need. It comes with a Brand New Transmission Filter. A Brand New Gasket and various bolts and nuts.

This transmission filter kit works with all E46 that uses the automatic GMW transmission (A5S 360R/390R).
It may work with other BMW models but I have had a chance to verify it with my ETK software. You can check via www.realoem.com at the following url:

http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...4&fg=15&hl=107

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-Item Description: Transmission Filter Kit (Filter, Gasket, nuts/bolts)
-Brand: Original BMW parts
-Condition: Brand New
-Quantity: 1
-Part Number: 24-11-7-510-012
-Price: $70 (shipped) or $65 (local pickup)
-I paid $85 for it at my local dealer (w/ tax)

Pictures to follow. I will take them when I get home


Local Pickup is encouraged. I currently live in the following city:

Oakland, CA
Alameda, CA
Pinole, Ca
Fairfield, CA

After APRIL 15, you will find me in Central Texas (Waco-Austin)
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Old 03-30-2005, 08:49 PM   #2
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As promised, this is the BMW OEM Transmission filter kit.

Comes with a new filter, gaskets, and bolts/nuts
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Old 05-19-2005, 08:46 AM   #3
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BUMP

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For e46 that uses the GM automatic transmission
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is it ez to do urself?... or how much did u pay to get it done?....

i thought u weren't suppose to change ur ATF.. thought it's "lifetime"
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is it ez to do urself?... or how much did u pay to get it done?....

i thought u weren't suppose to change ur ATF.. thought it's "lifetime"
lifetime fluid is highly debatable. There are numerous debate on this topic both on bimmerforums.com and e46fanatics.com

Changing the ATF can be a DIY. I did it myself and so did a lot of people.
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how long did it take?... did u need to lift the car? and do u happen to have a link to the diy?... i'd prob pick this up if it doesn't cost to make to change it cuz i have 92K on my car


how much total did it cost u?
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how long did it take?... did u need to lift the car? and do u happen to have a link to the diy?... i'd prob pick this up if it doesn't cost to make to change it cuz i have 92K on my car


how much total did it cost u?
I paid a little under $90 for it.

yes, you can either jack your car or lift it up. It is necessary because the transmission pan is underneath your car.

Your biggest issue right now is to determine whether you have a ZF or GM transmission.

Here is a DIY. this is for the e36 but you can use this DIY as a reference. e46 is much easier to change. Same concept though. I am willing to help. It took me less than 2 hours to change my fluid. The longest part is letting the transmission cool down before draining.

http://www.pelicanparts.com/bmw/tech...Fluid_Auto.htm
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90 bucks total?.. including the ATF?.. i thought that stuff was expensive!! damn for 90 bucks.. i'll do it can't hurt after 92K miles right?



ps.. how do i find out which type of fluid i have?
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i dont think it includes the atf........regardless, is this still available?
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