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Old 08-29-2019, 05:43 PM   #1
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Transmission fluid level check

When i check the fluid level from the key pad its showing me this code. 0LH1 then 2? Does this mean the transmission is 2 quarts high?
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Yes! High 2 Quarts....
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Gary. Thanks. Is there a way to drain the transmission? Is there a plug in the bottom to let some out?
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There is a drain plug.....but would be messy and hard to control. The easiest way is to suck it out the dipstick tube. The tube extends down into the oil.
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Gary, would a hand transfer pump work?
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Gary, it also doesnt do the count down it goes directly to the codes?
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