You mean I'm not the only one with that kind of luck?
First of all, head back to the shop that did the flush and give them the chance to see what they did. It sounds like the fluid level might be low. Some machines are designed to put in exactly the amount of new fluid as the amount of old stuff that came out. If some leaked out while the mechanic was connecting the hoses, the fluid, in effect, would have appeared to be low when he started so the machine wouldn't have put enough in. They are supposed to check the level and add if necessary before they give the vehicle back to you but that step might have gotten overlooked.
Saturday, April 30th, 2011 AT 4:20 AM