| > > It's not meant to be refilled; it lasts a lifetime.
| > Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha. That's funny. When the lubricant finally
| > breaks down or loads up with wear metals and the tranny dies,
| > that's the end of its lifetime. Bingo - "lifetime fluid."
| > They're talking about the tranny's lifetime, not your's.
| > Anyone who wishes to extend the "lifetime" would be well advised to
| > change the transmission fluid at no more than 100K mile intervals.
| > --
| I wasn't clear enough. Manual gearboxes oils -I'm European- aren't
| be refilled nor changed.
| Funny huh?
Very funny. You must be a clown. That is certainly clear enough.
Just because you can't figure out where and how, to drain and refill,
you assume it shouldn't be done.
Now, read no further, and do go away. Circus is that
As to the question, Redline MTL-90 is the same viscosity as factory
fill, but some have reported better shifting using a blend of MTL and
MTL-90. Takes about 2.3 - 2.5 litres.
I would tend to agree, as my box was a little more reluctant, when cold,
Drain is a triple-square with security notch on some, others are 17mm
internal hex, fill is 17mm internal hex.
2.8 12V NQ