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Old 01-15-2010, 07:12 PM
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Originally Posted by jkulysses View Post
I need to do these things too but when I drop the tranny pan and change the filter how do I get all the fluid out of the lines that go to my tranny cooler and all that? I also have the 545RFE at least I think I do it's a 5 speed I do know that much. I also have the positraction rear end so does that fluid need to be changed more often to keep everything working properly?
Honestly, having the fluid flushed is the best way to go because it will get all of it including the torque converter. Filter replacement isn't normally an issue but they should be replaced from time to time. The 545RFE has two filters and unless there's tranny damage, they aren't prone to stopping up.
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