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Date Posted: - Friday - 06/ 8/12 - 2:29pm
Author: Gitano
Subject: Transmission Fluid
In reply to: Randall 's message, "All good now..." on - Friday - 06/ 8/12 - 12:44am

Randall,
There is also a pencil zinc (smallest size available) on the transmission fluid cooler that should be serviced, if you haven't done this already.
Cheers

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[> [> [> I have taken mine off and home -- Paul M31#106 NJ, - Friday - 06/ 8/12 - 6:56pm

I did not see such zinc.

I thought about it for a while and concluded that because there are no disimilar metals - the whole thing is made from brass or copper - perhaps there is no need for one... Your post contradicts that thought.


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