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Old 03-24-2011, 01:13 AM   #11
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So just a little off subject but still on trans service when doing a service I use a in line elect. fuel pump and some clear line and put it down the fill tube to trans pan and suck most of the atf out of the pan it keeps it from running down to your arm pit and all over the floor and you a great time saver and saves a lot on the 4 letter words
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They make Gloves with catch cups at the wrists to prevent that !
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LMFAO . I go for the less mess way all the time < i'm the one that has to clean up , I have no employees to clean up after me < the wife gave up on me a few years back
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That'* why I put a drain plug on my trans pan.
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drain plugs should come on ALL trans pans from the factory....they just want a fluid change more involved so nobody wants to do it and has to take it in to get er done
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I think they don't put plug on the trans so half wit mechanics don't drain the trans thinking it'* the engine.
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Yeah i guess so...Could do what my brother did his dad told him to take the trans pan off and replace the filter and gasket.....His dad was asleep when i showed up to help he had all but 4 bolts out of the..oil pan LOL he knows NOTHING about cars
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