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Old 02-04-2010, 01:18 PM
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Iv had the truck for under a year decided to do a transmission filter and fuild change in my truck after the transmission has started acting up and you would not beleive what the hell came out of the transmission pan there was black gue everywhere and the transmission fluid was thick as hell I mean unbeleivably thick I think in all the 138,500 miles the truck has been drivin it has never had a transmission servicing. And everybody thought I had a fast truck before now it feals like it's a brand new transmission takes off super fast now. Didnt go to school today and decided to tell yall what I did today
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You should drive it for a couple days and do another flush. Only 50-75% of the fluid comes out per flushing.

There's more of that thick shit in there.
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Flushing really doesn't do anything for a transmission. But in your particular case, it may be a good idea lol
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I don't know what kind of car, but did you drain the torque converter?
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I don't know what kind of car, but did you drain the torque converter?


I have a 1994 chevy silverado with a 4L60E trans
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Flushing really doesn't do anything for a transmission. But in your particular case, it may be a good idea lol




lol it drives a ton smoother and faster now
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You should drive it for a couple days and do another flush. Only 50-75% of the fluid comes out per flushing.

There's more of that thick shit in there.


Didnt think about that ill do it this weekend.
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You should drive it for a couple days and do another flush. Only 50-75% of the fluid comes out per flushing.

There's more of that thick shit in there.
if only you could statistically get all of it out in 2 flushings and the pan only hold 5 quarts, the whole system holds 10-15...so 50-75% is inaccurate.

i got water in my transmission once and was doing a fluid change every day for a week. was still coming out looking like a strawberry milkshake. Dealership did a full flush for $200. (same transmission..4l60e)

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I would change it a couple more times if I were you.

Those transmissions are junk. I've broken 2.



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