Manual transmissions can't be flushed. Drain, and fill. That's it.
What do you mean there isn't much in there now? Is it leaking? The c0cktail will not fix leaks.
This is a discussion on Transmission fluid ****tail within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I've just purchased a trans fluid ****tail for my 02 bugeye. Question: Is this something that should only go into ...
I've just purchased a trans fluid ****tail for my 02 bugeye. Question: Is this something that should only go into my car after the old fluid is flushed? Or can I just add it to what's in there now? There isn't much in there now BTW.
Mine will go 30,000 miles without moving a hair on the dipstick, so I would guess you probably have a leak somewhere. Does your car stink like cat piss? Gear oil has a pretty distinctive smell..
You can't mix the c0cktail properly unless you drain the transmission first.
Find the leak, and fix it first. It doesn't matter where the leak is, the fluid will have to be drained to fix it.
Maybe it's as an axle seal?