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    Tranmission fluid?

    car is creeping up at 85k and i want to replace the tranmission fluid...any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by odehboy View Post
    car is creeping up at 85k and i want to replace the tranmission fluid...any suggestions?
    I do my tranny fluid annually and I use Redline MT90 in the tranny and 75W90 in the rear diff. A little pricey but great stuff. Not sure if you notice this on yours but with stock fluid my tranny would grind occasionally going back into first while moving and was generally a little notchy. The redline completely got rid of that. I track my car with a car club and redline is a very common fluid used by many of the guys in my club.
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