Nope, just pull the plug and change the fluid.does the tranny or t case have a filter kit i can change?
I've done it twice and just dropped the skid each time. The t-case drain plug spills into the lower part of the skid (if I remember correctly), so the skid needs to get out of the way or it makes a mess. I thought about threading a bung into the drain plug hole and attaching a hose to the bung so the fluid could be directed into a bucket, but that seemed like too much work to go find the right size bung etc. compared to just dropping the skid.You guys come up with ways to do it with out dropping the skid or do you always drop it?
You can run 10W-30 in the tranny. Some go for Redline tranny fluid as well. When I had my 2000 with a stick, I ran Redline for a while. I went to 10W-30 since it was easier to find locally, not to mention drastically cheaper.what kind og fluid do i put inthe tranny? just regular gear oil? keep in mind its stick shift not automatic trans