Question about Oldsmobile Alero
It should hold between 10-13 qts It all depends on how big of cooler you have and if the lines, cooler, and torque converter are completely drained. Heres a tip before you start the car take the tranny lines off the tranny and take a 6'(it dont have to be exactly 6") long rubber hose that fits tight on 1 of the tranny lines. Slide it over the line and clamp it on there, take a pick, nail, screw or anything that will make a small hole. Make a hole in the rubber hose about 2" from the tranny line. Get 1 or 2 cans of brake clean put the straw from the brake clean in the hole you made and put an air blower in the other end of your hose. start spraying the brake clean and the air blower at the same time and keep spraying till it is flowing clear out of the other tranny line. Make sure your flowing through the cooler and not the tranny. By doing this you get all the crappy tranny fluid from the old tranny out of the lines and cooler. Watch your eyes it burns very bad if you get brake clean in them. WEAR GOOGLES OR SAFETY GLASSES!!!! Goodluck, Kyle
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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