Mixing 4EAT Fluids?
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This is a discussion on Mixing 4EAT Fluids? within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; When I drain the fluid out of my trans., I'll only be able to get about half of the 10.0 ...

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    Mixing 4EAT Fluids?

    When I drain the fluid out of my trans., I'll only be able to get about half of the 10.0 quarts of fluid out. The remaining will be trapped in the TC. If I switch to syn. fluid (ex. Redline) will that be a problem mixing it with the remaining fluid?

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    ^^^^
    this is assuming that the OEM fluid is not synthetic.

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    Alrighty then...
    Well I've figured it out. Turns out you can mix dino and synthetic oils. Thats why they sell synthetic "blends" at the local auto store. So it looks like talking to myself here has actually been productive

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