Question about 2006 Subaru B9 Tribeca
I think you have drained the diff unit ,look for a filler on that unit ,?¿ now start engine and put handbrake on ,chock wheels then put in reverse and then check fluid level ,this will circulate the oil and if iam right the oil level should drop as it fills the diff unit if it does then drain both plugs and then refill .if it doesnt drop then it must have its own filler plug and be seperate unit which if it is it will require EP90 gear oil which is thick and very smelly .but try running it in reverse first like stated and see if the level drops as you have stated that it seems like auto transmission oil so it could be its filled from the gearbox but has two drain plugs to empty the whole unit ,personally i never drain a auto box as they never get dirty as such as its only a hydraulic system with no combustion residue ,unless the brake bands and clutches wear to excess then its full of bits from them which means its a overhaul job ,depending if the parts are available ?? or only an exchange box from dealer .
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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