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Old 04-23-2012, 06:03 PM
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Alright I finally was able to get this done! Here's What mine looked like before and what I replaced it with:



Quite a difference! I bought the car with 26,000 miles on it and it is now at 64,000 so I'm sure it's never been done before.

I used Mobil 1 synthetic ATF (I hope that's ok?!?):

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nothing wrong with using Mobil 1 at all

I have used Prestone, Lucas, and Mobil 1
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Alright I finally was able to get this done! Here's What mine looked like before and what I replaced it with:



Quite a difference! I bought the car with 26,000 miles on it and it is now at 64,000 so I'm sure it's never been done before.

I used Mobil 1 synthetic ATF (I hope that's ok?!?):

Looks like we have the same water bottles lol, Yea I spilled some...

Yea, that's perfectly fine. Its also what I used.
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Are there any other fluid replacements that can be done using the reservoir method? Its very simple especially since I don't live in a place I can just jack up my car!
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I just got done doing mine. I wasn't actually expecting it to have any difference in steering feel, but was pleasantly surprised that it did
I also went with Mobil1 full synthetic ATF which was the same fluid I used for the drain/fill on the transmission today, noted improvements there as well

Old fluid was in pretty bad shape
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For those of you having trouble finding a turkey baster that fits (I don't think such skinny ones even exist!), just use a hand pump that you find out of soap/shampoo containers! Works like a charm and I think this method is actually easier and more efficient than a turkey baster!
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Reminds me I need to do mine again.
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Nice clean PSF you have in there. Did it really make it feel different?
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125k on my 03 coupe. I will have to do this tomorrow as I'm not sure it's been done before
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182k on mine. I usually do this every oil change now. I use transfer fluid and it is pretty cheap.

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