Re: Low transmission fluid, maybe, big problem? '94 325
- From: adder1969@xxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: 28 Jun 2006 07:31:53 -0700
Fred W wrote:
It's not likely to be low trans fluid. More likely some worn components
or sticking valves.
Yes, many of these cars use special "lifetime" fluid depending on which
model of transmission it actually is. So don't just dump Dexron III in
there until you determine what is correct.
Bring it to a reputable transmission specialist and if one of the first
words out of their mouths is "rebuild" before even doing a teardown go
find another that will actually diagnose the problem first.
It may be expense, but it also might not be.
Could very well be low and/or burned oil. I've known a few auto boxes
come back to life after a top-up (followed by numerous flushes and
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