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Old 09-07-2022, 11:50 PM #1
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filling a sealed tranny properly.

Does anyone know how I can accurately refill transmission first time; I not just swapping out filter Im adding A PML deep pan and a remote 25 row tranny cooler with 16 total ft of hose. I need this to go right first time. is there a spot to check level once done or.......... Really need a solid from experience answer here thank you as always;
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Measure what you drain from the stock pan, then add about 4 more quarts when you refill to account for the PML pan, cooler, and hoses. This should get you close enough to use the check port on the PML pan to set the fluid level same as stock procedure.

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Does this new pan have the overflow tube in the bottom of it? If so, once all your toys are installed, you pump fluid into it. Once you reach the overflow level, put the plug in. Then you start the engine and let the transmission come to maybe 105F. Open the overflow drain again, and add fluid until the overflow tube just starts to drip again (with the engine still running). Then you're done.

Not much different than the online Videos.
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cool stuff.. going by the pics, it looks like theyve closely matched up the fill hole depth to the OEM pan.. just swap over the overfill tube and follow the videos.
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Does anyone know how I can accurately refill transmission first time; I not just swapping out filter Im adding A PML deep pan and a remote 25 row tranny cooler with 16 total ft of hose. I need this to go right first time. is there a spot to check level once done or.......... Really need a solid from experience answer here thank you as always;
I can't help you with this,
Just wanted to say I subscribe to your You Tube channel.
I have a black 2017 TRD Off road, Really like what you did to yours.
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