Question about Pontiac Grand Prix
I don't know of any way to drain a torque converter without removing it. It is possible to REPLACE the fluid by using a flush machine - but not to drain it...assuming you don't want to create drastic and irreparable damage to the transmission bell house and the torque converter itself.
Posted on May 27, 2011
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