Why do you want to fill the auto box up at this point in the car's life?
Anything wrong with it? Should be sealed for life *?* or rather seem a bit
premature to be doing this unless thee is a leak!
Sir Hugh of Bognor
The difference between men and boys is the price of their toys.
In the 635CSi I think it took 3 litres for a fluid change, but 3 would
be kept in the torque convertor. So you were only changing about half.
It had a proper filler pipe too, ah the good old days......
Who needs a life when you've got Unix? :-)
Email: email@example.com, John G.Burns B.Eng, Bonny Scotland
Of course in the days of filler tubes the ATF was neither lifetime or very
I'd love to see an analysis of 'lifetime' ATF after 100,000 miles. But ZF
will have already done this many many times, I'd guess.
*Great groups from little icons grow *
Dave Plowman firstname.lastname@example.org London SW
That's why it's important to do it on schedule... you aren't able to change
it all out completely, you're only replacing half of it at best. So by
changing it on schedule on a regular basis you're making sure that none of the
fluid in there is TOO old.
"C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."
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