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 Changing Manual Trasmission Fluid 
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So tonight im going to be changing the transmission fluid. I dont know when it was done last so I just wanna put some fresh stuff in. Ive done lots of auto but never a manual. I know I have to fill it thru the speedo hole. And had already planned to warm it up just to make it easier. Are there and things I should know before I do this or major problems I might run into. My job is my car so it has to be done tonight but unless theres something I dont know about it seems straight forward. Ill be replacing it with 75/90 full synthetic with half a qt of the lucas transmission stuff just for an added measure. I know my second gear synchros are kinda jacked I was told fresh fluid would help it from complete failure sooner. I can shift into second but if I do it too quickly itll grind...but if I just ease into goes in like butter.


March 08 2014, 9:22 PM
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Cool thanx I have a chiltons that came with the can but for some reason chiltons always seem to have like 9 steps more then u really need..


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