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Draining or flushing a transmition

Posted by angel.us 
Draining or flushing a transmition
June 02, 2018 01:21AM
Most places recommend flushing. They say it removes all the old liquid but this
is not proven. Obviously, the way it is shaped, draining will get all of it out either.

But draining is like drinking half a bottle of water, refilling it, & drink, repeating.
Some of the old will constantly be there.

Flushing is like filling a cup with water, but not emptying it. It sounds more
effective, but cannot be proven. When you clean your dishes you don't just
fill with water, you totally rinse.

So it might be better to actually do both. Drain the liquid, so half is brand new.
Than flush to get a lot more out.

Flushing is going to cost more too.

What do you guys think?

~Angel


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D-K affects nearly every family.

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effects fake liberals to make them
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No matter how many facts you
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Too many people are brainwashed into
believing their political party is benevolent.
While both are deep state knights & pawns.

We need outsiders like Donald Trump.

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Re: Draining or flushing a transmition
June 11, 2018 11:45PM
Assuming unwanted contaminants and debris in the oil and radiator fluid sinks or floats to the top, draining and flushing makes sense.






Trump is unintentionally sabotaging his own and Republican candidates' campaigns.

Re: Draining or flushing a transmition
June 14, 2018 12:43AM
Though slightly costly, it seems worth it to protect the car.
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