silerado transmission pan removal

What is the best way to remove the transmission pan on a 2001 siverado 4x4 to change the filter

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May have to remove that x member.

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Allan Robin wrote:

====================== The best way?
Letting an honest, qualified tech do it for a fair price.
~:~ MarshMonster ~sips his crownroyal.........wonders if you reeeeeelly wanted the best way.......or...........................the cheapest way~
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haha your exhaust must be in the way huh? Good luck oh and becareful not to break a shift solenoid. Maybe you should take it to a shop and let them break it atleast you know they'll pay to get it fixed.
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