It's not a regular occurrence that you find yourself in need of a replacement Transmission Filter to fix your vehicle. Auto enthusiasts know that a quality brand is built into each Dodge, and understand that only the best repair D200 Series parts will suffice when repairs are needed. Your Dodge dealership isn't the only place to find trusted replacement parts for your D200 Series. Obviously, you didn't buy your D200 Series unless you understood you would be getting power and American engineering both rolled up into one car, truck, or SUV.
Your transmission requires regular maintenance and quality parts to keep a long service life. The automatic transmission on your Dodge D200 Series draws upon a reservoir of hydraulic fluid to both power and lubricate its moving parts. Knowing this, engineers have incorporated an automatic transmission filter in order to separate any micron-size pieces of debris or metal shavings that may be present in this fluid. Your car or truck needs to have its automatic transmission filter replaced every 30,000 to 60,000 miles (unless otherwise specified by the manufacturer). Your Dodge D200 Series automatic transmission filter is not the same as an oil or air filter, and usually requires the transmission pan be dropped and all the fluid drained so that it can be replaced.
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This Plastic Body in-line filter is an ideal way to add extra protection to automatic transmissions and/or power steering systems. It contains a magnet which attract ferrous particles and a 25 micron paper filter element traps the remaining non-ferrous particles. An internal pressure relief valve assures continuous full flow should the filter ever become clogged with contaminants. This particular filter is for 5/16" lines.