Question about 1998 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
You are not going to be able to get all the fluid out by just draining the pan. The torque converter holds lots of fluid. So drain the pan and measure the amount of fluid that is removed and put the same amount back in. Another way is to disconnect the return line from the cooler and turn the engine over to pump the fluid out. Pump out 1 quart and then pour in 1 quart. Do this until the fluid is clean. My advice is to pay someone to do a complete fluid drain and fill. They have the equipment to do what it is hard for you to do at home. You will save yourself lots of dirty work at a very reasonable cost.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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