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Old 03-28-2013, 07:36 PM   #1
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Transmission fliud change

How do I do it? Never done it before not tried to.
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How do I do it? Never done it before not tried to.
I want to know the same thing. Do you have auto or manual
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I want to know the same thing. Do you have auto or manual
Manual I switched to a short shifter a while back but it was good on fluid then.. I'm in need of a change now I think.. Lol
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Manual I switched to a short shifter a while back but it was good on fluid then.. I'm in need of a change now I think.. Lol
What makes you think you need trans service? Slipping?
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What makes you think you need trans service? Slipping?
Not really.. But I was told I need to put something in there for my third gear because it'll mess up.. I forgot what exactly I needed though.-. Lol
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If its the same as it was in my 99 it's super easy. It has to plugs on the passanger side of the tranny. Bottom one is to drain it and top one is to fill it.
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If its the same as it was in my 99 it's super easy. It has to plugs on the passanger side of the tranny. Bottom one is to drain it and top one is to fill it.
I only see one plug on my pass side
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