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    #21
    sinubukan kong dagdagan ng mga 1/4 liter of atf, naging smooth ang transmission and less shift shock, kulang lang siguro. sa dipstick kasi nasa optimum level naman siya before. Problem lang hindi ko ma change ang fluid dahil hindi makita ng mekaniko ko yung drain plug ng atf.

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    #22
    Quote Originally Posted by 20vanda01 View Post
    Nawala ba ang shift shock dahil kaunti or sobra dati ang ATF? Or luma lang ang ATF nun? Kasi sa Crosswind ko, malakas ang shift shock niya in the morning (first shift from overnight), pero pag warmed up na ang transmission, may shift shock pa din pero lessened na (normal).

    Gusto ko pa-adjust sa Casa kaso ayaw nila galawin kasi baka daw lumala. Nung ganun ang sinabi di na ako nagpumilit kasi parang di nga nila alam gawin.
    ngeks, kahit casa na pala. wala paring "THE MAN" na mechanic sa a/t.

    Quote Originally Posted by speedyfix View Post
    most auto trannies will have between 6-10 liters total capacity. about half will be in the torque converter.
    yayks! sir speedy. isn't it too much? 3 liters lang kasi yung na drain sa aming toyota 2.2 td eh. nabuksan at nalinis na yung Pan at pati filter...

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    #23
    Quote Originally Posted by rion View Post
    ngeks, kahit casa na pala. wala paring "THE MAN" na mechanic sa a/t.



    yayks! sir speedy. isn't it too much? 3 liters lang kasi yung na drain sa aming toyota 2.2 td eh. nabuksan at nalinis na yung Pan at pati filter...
    nasa torque converter yung iba.

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    #24
    but we already drained the vehicle on straight and on 40 degrees angle...

    how do we drain them all out? now I remember sir Otep's Q about a good shop that cleans your torque converter.

    crap... lost good opportunity to learn and inspect when the engine was newly replaced.
    Last edited by rion; October 26th, 2006 at 11:44 AM.

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    #25
    yup most of it is in the torque converter. you con normally get more out by removing one of the atf lines going to the atf cooler/radiator and run the engine while in gear so the atf goes out. pero di parin mauubos. either tangal tranny or use one of the machines that flushes the tranny.

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    #26
    *speedy,
    What AT trans do you know that has a drain plug in TQ? I know mercedes 722.3 trans has drain plug in tQ.Just wondering.

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    #27
    haven't seen any nga with drain plugs sa tq.

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    #28
    yikess, ang everest pala walang drain plug para sa atf. You have to remove the oil pan daw according to casa. Around 3 liters ang kelangan. Is is worth it to remove the oil pan and put a drain plug w/ screw para sa susunod na atf change drain yung atf thru the drainplug? or mas ok ang tanggal kabit ng buong oil pan?

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    #29
    Quote Originally Posted by bratski View Post
    yikess, ang everest pala walang drain plug para sa atf. You have to remove the oil pan daw according to casa. Around 3 liters ang kelangan. Is is worth it to remove the oil pan and put a drain plug w/ screw para sa susunod na atf change drain yung atf thru the drainplug? or mas ok ang tanggal kabit ng buong oil pan?

    just buy a boat oil changer and suck the oil out.It's not that expensive.

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    #30
    m ron,
    whats a boat oil changer? and how much would it cost? and if ever i bought one san ko ilalagay yun para ma drain ang oil?

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