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Old 05-12-2013, 10:31 PM
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Originally Posted by GTyankee View Post
I can only say that i have not heard anything bad about doing it that way
just use the MOPAR compatible transmission fluid

I wouldn't put Royal Purple, AMSOIL, or another costly brand while doing it that way

you can watch this crazy guy do some of it

Or if you do not mind the added expense, you could just drop the pan to drain the fluid, put the pan back on add the fluid of your choice. Then drive it a bit, drop the pan, change the filters etc. and then add more of the fluid of choice. Then you should have all clean fresh fluid.
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