On Saturday, March 19, 2016 at 7:33:17 AM UTC-5, Andy K wrote:
About seven years ago a guy who lives catty corner across the street from m
e, he pushed his lawn mower across the street to my house. He said, Show me
where that oil drain plug is! I wiped my hand around on the bottom of the
engine, only took me about two seconds. I said to him, There it is! Get you
r socket wrench and spin it counter clock wise. Another time I loaned him m
y old electric chainsaw. (he said he is an old country boy and knows all ab
out chainsaws) About 15 minutes later he broke my chainsaw. It was a cheapo
electric chainsaw I had bought for a few dollars at the Goodwill store.
Which model and trans?
There were a few different ones used.
The AWF21 (AWTF-80SC) uses a special fluid but no filter. Drain is on
the drivers side of the trans uses a Torx bit.
The 6F series has a filter BUT you need to split the trans to get to it.
Drain is under the trans below the pan covering the valve body. BUT you
need to check if you can fill it first. Some used a fill plug that was
secured by a bolt which also holds a front apply band, loosen it and the
trans may not work!
If you have the CVT none of the above apply. Those are not user
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