Does it make any sense what so ever to anyone that you can remove the transmission pan, clean it, clean the magnets but cannot
replace the filter
I don't know why they don't sell one unless its simple to shorten transmission life. By the way on Sorento, Sedona and Amanti you cannot even access the filter, there's no pan you just flush.
I back flushed the filter which is all the dealer said they where going to do for my $200 and 6.4 quarts of fresh SPIII.
I also drained and refilled the coolant, replaced the air filter, a week before I seafoamed the car and replaced the oil and filter. I must be at $600 saved already and I still need to replace my cabin filter. For 25k of highway driving I was a bit surprised by the amount of clutch material in the pan. I mailed a sample to AOI yesterday and another sample from the engine oil change for those interested.