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Manual transmission fluid
Topic Started: May 28 2010, 09:10 PM (6,299 Views)
slander
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Hey guys, more specifically Johnny, somewhere I read of a very specific manual trans fluid that you recommend. Tried finding the thread, can't seem to locate it. Anyone remember what that trans fluid is? Going to do some fluid changes in a few of my Metros, might as well give this stuff a shot!
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rmcelwee
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http://www.lightweightmiata.com/geo/tranny/

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slander
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+1 rmcelwee -- Thanks!
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Thats the good stuff :) Posted Image
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Got to love Seafoam. First time I used it I thought I blew up the engine I was working on. Smoked like a bastard. 20 minutes later, the engine in that little old truck was running like new!
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Metros have yellow metal in the 5 speed trans (brass or bronze). These are damaged by regular gear lube. Syncromesh is what is recommended so as to not damage the components (there is a chemical standard which these are formulated to meet). There is a GM version, a Pennzoil, and one more I can't think of right now. All of these are very thin also.
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mcmancuso
May 28 2010, 10:28 PM
Thats the good stuff :) Posted Image
That picture is pure porn!
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mcmancuso
May 28 2010, 10:28 PM
Thats the good stuff :) Posted Image
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M - 102 Oil Filter by Mobile 1. The K&N filter is the same except for the spot welded nut on the end. The nut has a hole in it for safety wire. Both filters have a thick can and are actually larger than the standard filter.
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rmcelwee
May 29 2010, 04:24 AM
That picture is pure porn!
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LOL!
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i changed out my man tranny fluid with this penzoil synchro. The hard shifting has totally disappeared. It really worked for me....I use mobile 5-30 pure synthetic with the mobile oil filter.
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rmcelwee
May 28 2010, 09:30 PM
what number of oil should I ask for.. 30..50???
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rmcelwee
May 29 2010, 04:24 AM
mcmancuso
May 28 2010, 10:28 PM
Thats the good stuff :)
That picture is pure porn!
Agreed!
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synchromesh does not have a number its just synchromesh, ask for it and you'll get it :)
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rmcelwee
May 29 2010, 04:24 AM
mcmancuso
May 28 2010, 10:28 PM
Thats the good stuff :) Posted Image
That picture is pure porn!
That's my "new metro" package :) a great gift for a friend or family member who has just acquired a metro :) :rocker
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