haha, sweet, thanks guys. =) Yeah, I don't think the transmission fluid has been flushed like this before. The car has about 90k miles on it too lol.
Recently I've been having some slippage with the gears and have been trying to get that fixed. Got everything back together and filled up, and so far so good, hasn't slipped yet and shifts gears very nicely.
I think you'll notice much better operation since you flushed it.
Unless there are chunks of metal stuck to the tranny magnet, it's probably in good shape.
Just watch the two big things not to do to these:
Don't do a WOT 3-4 shift. Try not to be on the throttle hard at all when that shift happens.
Don't drop it into second while driving. That will try to make it do a 4-2 shift, which is bad. It shouldn't happen, but it's been known to.
When either of these shifts happen, it tries to be in 2nd and 4th at the same time for a moment; not good for it. Add wot, and stuff breaks.
Read the Article on the tranny, it's informative. And there's a lot of other info here as well.
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