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Servicing tranny how do you service 2008 tundra tranny i found the drain plug but where do i fill it

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DONT DO IT! It has Toyota W/S fluid in it, its a lifetime fluid that doesnt have to be changed. If you can tfind a dipstick, dont touch your drainplug. It requires a complicated procedure that requires dealer only tools

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SOURCE: Told to have Services done to my Tundra.

though it is a good thin to keep your automobile in good repair,it sounds to me like a sales scam. id suggest speaking to a manager.(i used to work at a for dealership, it does happen.)

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SOURCE: service required is on what needs to be serviced

Depends on the mileage, its all in the owners manual.

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remove the drain plug and measure the amount of fluid that u have drained out of the pan, remove the tranny pan and change the filter the pan has a reusable gasket wipe it off and reinstall the pan,i found it easy to fill the tranny pan halfway up before you put it back on,let the engine run until it get to operating the center of the drain plug you removed theres a small star head plug in the middle of it remove the plug this is your fill plug you can use a fluid exchanger to fill the tranny while its running just be patient and if you measured the old fluid that u drained youll know very close to how much youll have to put back in just remember theres no level indicator so you need to put back what u drain out if you need any help let me know

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