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Old 08-29-2019, 03:29 PM   #1
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Tranny fluid analysis

I have received a recommendation to have the fluid in my tranny analyzed. Any idea who does this? Where they are located? The cost? I live on the center, west coast of FL. Thanks so much...
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Look up J&G lubricants. They do a great job on fluid analysis.
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Look up J&G lubricants. They do a great job on fluid analysis.
I have J & G test my trans fluid every year...it's a very detailed process and they send an excellent report.
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I've used Blackstone Labs - very pleased with their service.
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