strange question of the day, water in transmission fluid
I was changing the fluid and replaceing the 1-2 accumulator with the updated version. Just before I reinstalled the pan an unexpected storm came up with strong winds and rain.
While I was reinstalling the pan water was running down from above me, past the pan as I was installing it. There might be a small amount of water that made it inside.
Should I take the time to remove the pan again and wipe out any water before adding the fluid? Should I just let it sit for awhile before adding the fluid and hope it will evaporate ?
Wishing I had a garage.
1997 Thunderbird 4.6L LX (out of commission for now)
SCT XCAL 2 From Lonnie, 02 Mustang MAF and air box, Dynomax Cat Back Exhaust, Steeda U/D Pulleys, 70MM FRPP TB, Dual Piston Calipers, KVR Rotors, Alpine CD, Polk Speakers
1996 Thunderbird 4.6L LX Stock
1994 Thunderbird SC (Needs Work, for sale)
1996 Bronco XL - 2003 Escort ZX2 wrecked - 1996 Bronco XLT Sport
Project Car: 69 Lincoln Continental