Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: Edmonton, Alberta Canada
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This may be a real dumb idea but couldn't a transmission be flushed using an old transmission fluid pan with a bung welded on it with a hose going to an empty five gallon pail then using the end of a transmission filter tube hook up a hose and connect it to the fluid intake for the transmission by going up thru a hole cut in the transmission fluid pan and sealed where it passes thru the pan with the other end of this hose in a five gallon pail of new transmission fluid. Then when you start the engine the new fluid would be drawn into the transmission and the dirty fluid would be draining out to the empty pail. One guy could be changing from reverse to drive a few times while a second guy watches for clean fluid to start coming into the drain bucket. I'm thinking then pretty much all the fluid would get changed out. IDK seems logical to me, only clean fluid going in and only dirty fluid coming out except what is in the lines going to and from the cooler plus the cooler itself as I wouldn't want to do this with a hot transmission.
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