I've been having some trouble driving my 1995 BMW 525i. The
transmission light continues to pop on but I'm not sure where to check
to find out how much transmission fluid is in the car. Is it under the
hood? Or under the back seats?
Also, if it turns out that my tranmission is messed up. How much would
it cost to buy a used or new one? Or, would it be a better investment
to just sell the car and get a Hybrid?
I hope someone can help.
Bring that piece of shit to my house and dump it off, I'll take it to the
junk yard for you. Don't forget the title ...
You need to visit a transmission shop. The fluid is intended to be "life
time", but everybody knows that there is no such thing. The transmission
guy -- a better option would be a BMW Independent Service Center -- will
know how to flush the system and get all of the old crap out, and pump fresh
fluid back in.
I have no idea what it would cost, but I'm sure it costs less than a new
I really like the 5 Series cars from that body style, I'll give you $2500
cash for the car and do the transmission service ...
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