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M6 fluid change question.

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    M6 fluid change question.

    Alright, I bought tranny fluid... I am getting ready to put it in. I am also getting my cars tires aligned, so since it will be raised up anyway I figured I might as well just put the fluid in at the same time. I know I need a pump since you can't get the bottles to tip up, right? My question is I don't need it flushed do I? It's an M6. I am getting it done in an hour and a half so any help is appreciated, lol.

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    You do not need to flush it.
    After you drain it, put the car back down and take the shifter out to put the 4 quarts of fluid in. The console comes out with 7 screws.
    F___ using a pump

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