Re: '89 Ranger trans on the way out?
Bottom line: Flush or fix; if the first doesnt work, You take the trans
in for an overhaul, right?
Or you go straight for the overhaul
Dont flush it, just run all the fluid possible out of it into a bucket by
using cooler line.... then change filter, and fill it with new.. plus a
bottle of Lucas AT Fix.
What are you out? Maybe thirty five bucks doing it yourself..
"Greg" <email@example.com> wrote:
> With that kind of mileage I didn't want to
> flush the trans fluid seeing how that can introduce other problems.
> The truck now has over 140k on the clock and runs especially good and
> strong during the warmer months. I've never had a hint of a trans
> issue from Spring to Fall and the trans fluid level is fine. Is it
> time to have a trans flush and take my chances or bite the bullet and
> let a place like AAMCO tell me I need a new/rebuilt trans?
> Any help, especially now in the colder weather, would be GREATLY
Yeh, I'm a Krusty old Geezer, putting up with my 'smartass' is the price
you pay..DEAL with it!