Re: Transmission Fluid gone wrong
Personally one of my biggest reasons to do a service is to replace the sump filter and filter seal... sucking it out and filling it up is clearly better than nothing but I steer VERY clear from suck and fills, just not my thing, especially considering the places that sell them, I would be VERY interested to see the cost difference between a jiffy lube fluid exchange service in the trans and differentials and compair that to a dealer (that will OBVIOUSLY be more expensive) but whom will replace the trans filter, and remove/clean/ reinstall the covers to get a legit service performed.
Thinking about it now, you likely have the NAG1 trans that is six stupid bolts to drop the pan and a rubber seal... the EASIEST trans ever to do a legit service to... that also explains why they got their hose stuck in it, it seems all the nag dipstick tubes get really small. In the sprinters they are skinny all they way to the top.
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