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Old 06-07-2019, 07:16 AM   #1
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Best way to add transmission fluid ?

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My coach is a 2015 Palazzo 33.3 and has a 2100MH Allison transmission.
I plan on replacing the external spin on filter. After I change it out, what is the best way to add trans fluid to top it off (since I will lose a bit when changing the filter)

Is the best way to add it through the skinny dip stick tube ?

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Refill the filter and yoyr good to go.
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Ok , That sounds like a good idea. Do you know if TRANSYND fluid is avail in small quantities ?
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You can get in quarts IIRC.
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You can get in quarts IIRC.
Hi Dale, Is that a Brand or part # ? Where can it be purchased ?

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Any brand as long as it has the Allison Transynd 295 seal.

I use to get mine from the local Ford dealer. He even delivered it to my door.
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