Question about 1984 GMC S-15 Jimmy
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Replace the radiator with a used or new one is correct ! to flush trans you will need roughly 8 to 12 quarts trans fluid. After you replace radiator connect rubber hoses to trans lines and put into 5 gal pail. put funnel into trans filler tube, have trans fluid ready with caps off and ready to pour, Now note, this happens pretty fast as the trans pump pumps alot of fluid quickly !! Have a helper !! After the radiator is in ,and trans lines in bucket, start to fill trans with fluid as your helper starts truck, continue to fill trans as fast as you can about 6 quarts, the old fluid will pump into the bucket. shut truck off. connect trans lines to radiator. check trans fluid with dipstick, fill to full mark, start truck and fill trans the rest of the way to full. It sounds scary but really its not bad. brace the hoses in the bucket as the pressure might push hose out of bucket and make a mess, have floor dry on hand, and dont let trans run out of fluid. thats it easy.
Posted on Jan 16, 2011
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