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Changing Trans Oil

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07-02-2019 18:27:19

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Iíve drained the old oil out. It seems to me itíd be good to rinse out with diesel fuel. Whaddya think?

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Ellis Kinney

07-04-2019 12:46:08

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 Re: Changing Trans Oil in reply to big_red_man, 07-02-2019 18:27:19  
Here is what I do. Get the front end up in the air a little. Take a spoon and bend it 90 degrees and tie wire or weld it to a piece of rebar and scrape the sludge out. dump in a gallon of diesel/paint thinner/kerosene and brush it a little with a battery post brush tied to the piece of rebar. Drain and re fill. Ellis

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07-03-2019 05:33:39

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 Re: Changing Trans Oil in reply to big_red_man, 07-02-2019 18:27:19  
Then what do you do with the umpteen gallons of contaminated diesel fuel?? Just pouring diesel in there will have a very limited effect anyway, even if you drive it around. If you really want to get the "sludge" out, you really should open the case up and spray diesel in there under pressure.

I would just drain and refill with new oil. No fuss, no muss.

Whatever's left will dilute in the new oil, and overall the result will be far and away better than what was in there previously.

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07-02-2019 19:59:17

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 Re: Changing Trans Oil in reply to big_red_man, 07-02-2019 18:27:19  
in what?

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07-02-2019 19:01:58

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 Re: Changing Trans Oil in reply to big_red_man, 07-02-2019 18:27:19  
Yes i have done that too !!

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