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dsmbob

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Jan 7, 2003
South_Milwaukee_WI
I think I am still considered a newbie by Chris so I was wondering if anyone here needed help with their basic car lubrication problems. I am a certified ACOA lube technician, so fire away with your questions and I'll try to solve your problem quickly! You might even save time and money and learn from a real professional on how to take care of your car! This is why we are here to begin with.
 
How do i check the tranny fluid level on a 95 tsi 5 speed, and also how to change it, and what kind to put in?
Thanks.
 
Originally posted by mitsuspeed
bob, why do you care what chris "considers" you or whatever? im sure everyone by now knows your a good guy and there for help.

I care since I do not want to break the rules!

I asked this question already in the hangout section. I do not believe this is allowed to have two same topics in two different posts!
 
Originally posted by madeagle
How do i check the tranny fluid level on a 95 tsi 5 speed, and also how to change it, and what kind to put in?
Thanks.

Well, since Bob didn't do his job;) , this is how you go about checking the level. Drain it and measure how much came out, thats just about the only way to check. But since you have come this far you may as well just put fresh oil in. As for what I recommend it would have to be GM syncromesh.
 
Originally posted by mitsuspeed
bob, why do you care what chris "considers" you or whatever? im sure everyone by now knows your a good guy and there for help.
fo real bob... don't worry you're a good guy... you're the kind of member this site needs
:thumb:
 
Originally posted by OMN_DSM


Well, since Bob didn't do his job;) , this is how you go about checking the level. Drain it and measure how much came out, thats just about the only way to check. But since you have come this far you may as well just put fresh oil in. As for what I recommend it would have to be GM syncromesh.

Yes I just did my job through a P.M. to madeagle. He know knows what he needs to do, and the right way of doing it. Attempting something you have never tried without prior experience is just foolish and it's gonna cost you more in the long run if a serious mistake is made. Trust the pro's I told him. They will do the job right the first time and for a lot less than you might think! This is why I am AOCA Certified through my lube center. (AOCA=American Oil Change Association)
 
yes, dsmbob did his job. He did it very good too. Gave me a very good advice and answered my questions in full detail. I would definetly recomend asking him if anyone has car problems.
mad:talon:
 
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