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Old 06-07-2015, 08:45 PM   #1
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re filling transmission

I'm going to change my trans fluid and filter this week. I'm also gonna change the oil and filter.

The oil re-fill looks pretty straightforward so shouldn't be any issues there. I read the forum!!

My question is re-filling the trans, does it go down the dipstick tube? I can't seem to find another place to pour it in.

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My question is re-filling the trans, does it go down the dipstick tube? I can't seem to find another place to pour it in.

Thanks, Terry
That's how fluid is added to my Allison 3000

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Yes. Down the dipstick tube. Not real convenient but that is the way it is done on mine.
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