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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First place I'd go with this is check fluid level in transmission. If full, pull transmission pan and change fluid & filter. If there is an excessive amount of fine metal in pan, or excessive amount of non magnetic debris, it is likely that internal components in unit have worn out. At this point, sometimes changing fluid MAY prolong useful trans life, but generally there is no cure for wear, other than a rebuild. There are some chemical additives out there that will restore some seal integrity...I've had good luck with Lucas products. But, as I said, once it's worn it's worn!!!
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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