Question about 1993 Saturn SL2
I would think once with a flush tool/pump. But I would use more fluid than normal 1/2 again as much. I would also use a additive like a BG trans additive if you can get it. google bg findadealer.com for a list of dealers close to you. I assume you already replaced the radiator.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
75,000 miles isnt alot of miles,unless they were mostly city miles. If you aren't experiencing any transmission problems,i would drop the pan,change the filter and whatever fluid the pan holds,and hold off on flushing the entire sytem.The clutches and bands sometimes don't do well when shocked with ALL new fluid that contains a certain amount of detergent.The only real problems i have seen with the total flush is on Dodge trucks of the 90's up to even 2000 and some later models,the transmissions use a governor pressure sensor,and solenoid,and i have seen many of them set codes after the flush,and the components having to be replaced with new.Black fluid isn't a good indicator.Brown fluid,is better than black.And red fluid is the best.
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
Depending on the transmission capacity and the business; between 50 and 150 dollars. You will also need to consider replacing the filter or screen---add 25 dollars for this service.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
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