TRANSMISSION FLUSH AND FILL WITH FLUID EVACUATOR.
2003 Chevrolet Impala • 150,000 miles
I am considering doing a transmission flush in my 2003 Impala and want some input. If I do it myself, I plan on getting a fluid evacuator to do it. Is their anything that could go wrong if I do the flush and fill or any advice you could give?
With a flush evac system you can't tell if there is junk in the pan. and if there is then you are doing this for naught. because something else cold go wrong with it by using a system. make sure the trans is full when done.
So if I use the evac system and remove the pan and clean it would that be good?
You can do it however you want. if there is junk in thepan meaning a bunch of large particles bigger than 1/4" i would advise against changing fluid.if htat is the case then just change the pan gasket an drefill the trans.
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