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Fluid in G transaxle

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08-12-2017 17:36:34

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I can't remember what I put in the G's transaxle and can't find recommended weight in any of the manuals. It has no hydraulics. I need to add after a repair job. Please help me out.

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09-07-2017 09:11:38

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 Re: Fluid in G transaxle in reply to leon, 08-12-2017 17:36:34  
In both of my G's, one had a hydraulic pump, the other does not, I put "303 Hydraulic Oil".
Owners manual for AC G says: 20W is for the engine for which they normally recommend 30W (nondetergent)

90W for the transmission/differential case. But I've been using the 303 hydraulic oil from TSC, don't know if that is good or bad.

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08-13-2017 03:36:38

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 Re: Fluid in G transaxle in reply to leon, 08-12-2017 17:36:34  
8 quarts SAE 20W.
I have just worked on two clutch housing assemblies and seemed like excessive wear on gears and bearings. These parts depend on the oil slinger for lubrication. I wonder if the oil slinger works better with thinner oil.

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08-12-2017 19:23:36

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 Re: Fluid in G transaxle in reply to leon, 08-12-2017 17:36:34  
Leon, with no hydraulics I run 90 at gear oil

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