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So I bought a digital copy for my 2006 (should be the same for all several years)

It covers all engine types and is very detailed and very thorough. If anyone needs a copy let me know.
I would like to get a copy to help while working on my 2007 SS. My work E-Mail is [email protected] , and thank you for your time, Respectfully, Gary Thompson.
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Hello there, if I am planning on transmission work such as oil change, is there a part about a trans for 2012 v6 model?

2013 Impala LT v6 301hp front-wheeled fury.
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^ arkan768, atf change is easy-peasy on the '12/'13's. Much like an eng. oil change. On the bottom of the tranny, drivers side, locate the 11mm drain plug. Place a clean/empty drain pan below and remove. Funnel contents into an empty 5 qt. oil jug with a side sightglass. Replace the measured amount with new Dexron VI atf. I use Supertech Dexron VI from Wallyworld @ $4.27/qt. Takes ~4-5 qts. Don't even have to jack up the car. Filter/screen is not serviceable. Tranny has to be removed and case cracked open for that.
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so in order to service the filter, you need to drop the tranny?

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....and crack open the case. No need to worry about the filter/screen. GM claims it's "lifetime", lol.
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cool, although after going through the manual it doesnt describe anything about atf changes, only engine oil/

and it says specifically to service it only at the dealer, does it mean that they drop the tranny at the dealers?

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You're overthinking this, lol. I'd recommend the drain/fill procedure ea. 30k mi.
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thats what I am thinking as well.
just never had to deal with this transaxle, with internal magnetic filter. i just hit 50k and the fluid already a bit discolored and smelly.

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I think the manual states 100k mile ATF changes, but most people here seem to agree that it should be changed every 50k at a minimum. Don't worry about the filter in the trans - it's not meant to be changed - dealerships don't change it either. It's designed so that it never needs changed (supposedly, anyway).

Luckily, there is a drain plug, so the ATF fluid changes are very easy....

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surely appears so. thx for the help.

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So I bought a digital copy for my 2006 (should be the same for all several years)

It covers all engine types and is very detailed and very thorough. If anyone needs a copy let me know.
Are you selling the manual? I have a 2007 Impala and need more detail than a Chilton/Haynes manual.
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So I bought a digital copy for my 2006 (should be the same for all several years)

It covers all engine types and is very detailed and very thorough. If anyone needs a copy let me know.
I'm in need of a manual for my 07 impala. I just bought this impala and discovered the cel has been disabled not sure how yet, I'm still needing to pull out the cluster to see. Any help would be great.
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I could use it if you still have it, or if not where can I get a copy? Thanks a bunch.
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