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ATP B 223 Automatic Transmission Filter Review



Very good

Revainrating 4 out of 5  
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Description of ATP B 223 Automatic Transmission Filter

Premium filter specified to OE levels of filtration and fluid flow. Ensures transmission longevity when replaced at regular service intervals. Includes 3rd Hand Pan Gasket with retention holes that hold bolts in place during installation. Exclusive gasket material swells with first heat cycle to prevent leaks long term. Kit for Toyota A-650E Transmissions (confirm by inputting year / make / model).


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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Dropped straight into a 1999 LS400. High quality.

It looks like the quality of the original device is the same. Good padding. It's not fun to install with extra liquid dripping on my head and garage floor. Make sure you have enough work space. The dipstick tube can be easily detached from below at the O-ring. Remove the exhaust bracket from the front of the filter for easier removal.

  • Dope 🔥
  • No power

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Also use sealant on transmission filters and accessories

Perfect fit for my 1999 GS300, filter fitted the same as the gasket. I highly recommend using an oil resistant RTV with a gasket during installation. When the oil pan was tightened to OEM spec it splintered around the outside of the bolt holes, but with RTV on both sides I don't mind at all. Car started, gasket warmed up, no leaks. BE SURE TO TIGHTEN THE SHELL BOLTS. This is also in inches/lbs.

  • Lots of good vibes
  • Easy repairability

Revainrating 3 out of 5

Good filter, seal does not fit.

Great filter for a 2000 Lexus GS300 but the gasket didn't fit properly, the holes were misaligned. I don't understand how they can mess up something so simple with today's technology, I assume it was meant for another transpan. Improvised and drilled holes where the gasket meets the pan holes and so far so good. Anyone out there let me know if this makes a big difference to the leak or any future issues, thanks and hope this helps.

  • Very good value for money
  • Unbelievable price