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Transynd flush

Discussion in 'GM Allison' started by busdriver75, May 8, 2008.

  1. busdriver75

    busdriver75 Busier than hell...

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    i'd like someone who has done the "mackin" way of fluid flushing to chime in. i'm getting ready to change my fluid over to transynd and a refresher course on the process would be appreciated. there will be no pan dropping or internal filter exhange, just the spin on and fluid.

    Ryan
     
  2. mattydmax

    mattydmax Recruit

    Mine needs at least that before it gets too hot. So I would like a refresher also. I guess if I'm going to do a cooler I should do it all at once. There goes the stimulus check.
     
  3. busdriver75

    busdriver75 Busier than hell...

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    i'm probably going to do my flush in the next week, maybe i can take some pics and what not during the process.
     
  4. BudTX

    BudTX Edjumacated Redneck

    The "Hoot method" is popular, and the originator is a member of this very forum. You ought to pop hoot a pm and see if he can post his process for you. ;)
     
  5. busdriver75

    busdriver75 Busier than hell...

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    i just saw that. i'm starting to remember things more clearly. i remember mackin posted the "hoot method". and i just saw a post from hoot in the intake section. i'll track him down.
     
  6. hoot

    hoot Recruit

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    Posted in the DIY section
     

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