Newb here looking for 'instructions'
I entered the world of Class A ownership about a year ago with the purchase of a 2004 Dolphin (gotta correct my signature) on a W22 chassis. I bought it at ~73K and currently at just over 85K. So far - so good.
I want to change out my transmission fluid just because I think it's a good idea. With no service records, I figure I should start my own baseline.
I have read about the 'double drain' method, moving to synthetic Transyn fluid, and today ran across a thread talking about having the fluids analyzed.
Since I have no service history - I don't know what fluid is in there. Should I get a sample analyzed first? (maybe I don't even need to change it). If so - how big a sample?how do I collect it (can't get it to 'pee in a cup' on demand)? And where would I send it for analysis?
I know I will have follow up questions based on the response I get to these first ones, so thanks in advance for everyone's knowledge and help!