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Transmission fluid what kind of transmission fluid gooes for 2005 Lambo Murcielago and where does it go to?

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No clue... better contact the PROFESSIONALS!

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Somewhat of an Engineer ---and I do the job of one albeit everyday ---Not a automechanic per say

I do Structural etc

Don't mind giving advice where I can ---PS : I like the Idea of Lambo doors on that car too

Did Lambo say this was a direct bolt in ? for that yr and model?
is there another set of hinges that they might trade you? Ask and be real nice to em and see
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I expect it was coolant that was leaking ?

And this has perhaps shorted the electrics on the transmission ECU ?

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