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This is a discussion on tranny fluid within the Automatic Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; The way to do it is have it flushed and then a couple of hours later drop the pan and ...

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    The way to do it is have it flushed and then a couple of hours later drop the pan and change the filter and refill. Most change the filter and then flush and all this dose is take all the sediment and put it in the new filter. By flushing it first most of the crap ends up in the pan and then you drop the pan, clean it out and change the filter. This keeps you from have a restriction problem or pulling gunk past the filter and into the clutches and valve body. Little extra work and fluid but well worth it for an auto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaycenK View Post
    The way to do it is have it flushed and then a couple of hours later drop the pan and change the filter and refill. Most change the filter and then flush and all this dose is take all the sediment and put it in the new filter. By flushing it first most of the crap ends up in the pan and then you drop the pan, clean it out and change the filter. This keeps you from have a restriction problem or pulling gunk past the filter and into the clutches and valve body. Little extra work and fluid but well worth it for an auto.
    +1 on that. forgot to add that in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaycenK View Post
    The way to do it is have it flushed and then a couple of hours later drop the pan and change the filter and refill. Most change the filter and then flush and all this dose is take all the sediment and put it in the new filter. By flushing it first most of the crap ends up in the pan and then you drop the pan, clean it out and change the filter. This keeps you from have a restriction problem or pulling gunk past the filter and into the clutches and valve body. Little extra work and fluid but well worth it for an auto.
    Nice info. I didnt knew about this. I always changed the filter 1st. good to know.

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