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Old 11-04-2010, 07:16 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by Downeasta View Post
I plan to start tearing it apart in the next few days, but before I do so, I just thought of something...

A few weeks before all of this started happening, my friend "topped off all my fluids", and I didn't think anything of it. Could overfilling the tranny fluid cause this? I just checked the level, and it'* over the "max" line. It'* doubtful, but I'm just wondering..if it'* this simple, I'm going to scream.
No. The worst thing that overfilling a trans will do is having fluid come out the vent and it would have to be more than 2 qts overfilled.
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