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Old August 11th, 2009, 03:41 PM   #1
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I drained the fluid a while back to change the seals and I cannot remember what it was. Its a T-10 manual four speed.

I have been tod run 80/90 gear lube and then a little ATF Trans Fluid.

I was also told to run just 80/90 gear lube...

Is it ok to run full synthetic in this trans??

Please help I have no clue and want it done for the dream cruise.
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Old August 11th, 2009, 03:58 PM   #2
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putt in 10w30 with just a dash of gas and Mystery oil.

that is what i did and now my old crappy tranny runs great!
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Old August 11th, 2009, 04:07 PM   #3
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seriously. PLease.
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go to a parts store and tell them what you have, then ask them what the recommended lube is.

duh, you have to go to the store to buy the lube anywayyyyyy oh i get it, your just going to hawk it.
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No I asked the trans shop but they werent really sure. They said they hadnt doen many of these trans and there all different..
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No I asked the trans shop but they werent really sure. They said they hadnt doen many of these trans and there all different..

find a different trans shop....seriously, if they cant look u pwaht oil goes in a trans, I wouldnt want them replacing even a single seal, let alone doing a rebuild or any other work
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http://fiedlerh.home.att.net/BW.htm

click that link, it has a link to a PDF file of a GM issued rebuild procedure, and that shows it being 2.5 pints of SAE 80W
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cool man THanks!! Thats exactly what I needed. !!!!!!!
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http://fiedlerh.home.att.net/BW.htm

click that link, it has a link to a PDF file of a GM issued rebuild procedure, and that shows it being 2.5 pints of SAE 80W
thats exactly the same page i was viewing earlier, goodluck with it AJ, let me know what oil you end up running and how it works out. Later
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