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Old 03-22-2011, 10:13 AM
robertobaggio20 robertobaggio20 is offline
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I also suggest that, after you've flushed your transmission, that you drive with the tranny dipstick off. This will allow any excess water to vaporise and be naturally expelled through the hole as you drive.

You can even customise a vacuum suction tube for the tranny dispstick tube, and dovetail it with your brake booster fitting or elsewhere using an appropriate joint. Test your brakes first after that to see if there's any degradation in performance, then keep the mod if its all ok (if you use the brake booster fitting).


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