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Old 07-06-2021, 10:46 PM
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Thanks for the advice! Iím gonna have my town mechanic check out my transmission and transfer case. Just in case thereís more metal shavings than a manufacturing plant. If nothing pops up, Iíll certainly rip it apart!
Read codes first before doing anything!

Transmission drain and fill is nothing like the old cars and in some cases people have swapped out for new fluids and filters and had the transmission die/need repair shortly thereafter.

A good easy scanner (bidirectional) is a Foxwell NT-510 or NT-520 about 150 USD, which is what you will pay for a scan at the dealership or many independent shops.

If you don't want to shoot it with a parts canon (big bucks) you'll scan it.

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