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post #1 of 2 Old 02-24-2011, 06:29 PM Thread Starter
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Just a quick note for people. Had the first oil change done today. It was done at an independant garage. (MY local dealer is less than incompetent). The dealer I bought from is about an hour away. Anyway, the Tranny fluid was down just over 2 Liters. ( 2 quarts). Just a heads up to check these things, I would have never guessed, as it is new.
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Better keep an eye on that.

The garage did follow the procedure for checking the fluid right??? Engine at operating temp, trans at operating time, engine running???

Reason I ask is my poor grandpa overfilled the trans in his S10 by about 3 quarts because he was checking it wrong. hahaha!

Thanks for the info, I looked at 2011s yesterday and God I'd LOVE to buy one!

Guess I'll ride my 06 a few more years and see how the 6.7 pans out.

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