Includes drain plug, filter extension, filter, gaskets, bolts/studs, temperature sender bung
Note: Pan Depth: 4.125"
Additional Fluid Capacity Pans for a Cooler Transmission
Speedmaster Automatic Transmission Pans contain a deep sump for extra fluid capacity and external fins that provide additional cooling efficiency. These high-quality transmission pans are available in your choice of chrome, black painted, or cast aluminum finish. When servicing your transmission pan or valve body, choose Speedmaster's durable rubber or silicone oil pan gaskets.
What size hole is the Temperature Sensor? NPT? Threads? Do you sell a sensor for that size hole?
The Speedmaster pan came with a cardboard gasket, are they any good? Should I buy a cork gasket?
Are there instructions on how the oil pickup extension and filer are assembled? It looks like the filter is at the end. There is also a small metal piece with two holes where does it go
Where do you buy new filters?
Where does the temp sensor get installed? In the pictures I see the drain plug hole and the dip stick hole. Is there a 3rd threaded hole? Thank you.
What years C4 tranny does this fit
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