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Old 06-11-2011, 02:44 AM
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Would you guys recommend chevy fluid or is their something better
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Old 06-12-2011, 07:33 PM
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Definitely stick with the fluid I linked you to.
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Old 08-23-2011, 07:36 AM
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Old 08-31-2011, 08:42 PM
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Bump Again.

Was looking for a transmission fluid thread, as some of mine leaked out during my clutch change.

Have to change it now and this thread had all the information I needed.

Mods, please sticky.
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Old 09-01-2011, 02:14 AM
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I went to the dealer and this is what they gave me part number 88861800
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Old 09-01-2011, 02:18 AM
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Im thinking its the wrong stuff cuz it was only $7.50 a quart
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Old 09-01-2011, 11:02 PM
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yup, thats 2.2/2.4 fluid
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Old 09-02-2011, 08:32 PM
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Im thinking its the wrong stuff cuz it was only $7.50 a quart
You want part# 88862472
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Old 10-02-2011, 09:08 PM
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nice write up. couple questions, my cars been miss shiften and then stalled on a dyno, i have no idea how to check the fluide, do u think the fluide is shot.? car has 37,000KMs on it

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Old 10-03-2011, 09:58 PM
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Originally Posted by gotboost?17 View Post
nice write up. couple questions, my cars been miss shiften and then stalled on a dyno, i have no idea how to check the fluide, do u think the fluide is shot.? car has 37,000KMs on it
Shouldn't be - No. Not in that short of a life-span. Did you check the roll pins? Or verify all of the linkages are connect correctly, nothing visually is broken? The shifter assembly on the top of the trans functions properly?
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Help me shift parts

I saw this thread and thought it was a great idea.
This is just a normal wear and tear siduation and since there parts that will help this why not put together all the items in one place.



55563732 LSJ Shift Cable Cable Upgrade Bracket

Get a firmer shift feeling with this upgraded support bracket.
Fits all Cobalts and Ions with LSJ engines.
Click here to order



90490900 Ecotec 5sp Shift Cable Roll Pin
Click here to order



88862472 Manual Transmission Fluid (SAE 75W-85) (API GL/4) (1 QT).946L
A 5-SPD MAN/TRANS(MU3),SATURN, COBALT(WDA) FLUID, M/TRANS (SAE 75W-85) (API GL/4) (1 QT)
Priced per quart
2 quarts required per MU3 Transmission.
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or to order all 3 at once Click here
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Nice didn't know you guys had roll pins. Wish I knew that when I got tc struts from you guys last week. Gonna be picking up two roll pins and two quarts of trans fluid. No dealerships have the ss trans fluid within an hour and a half of me.
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no worries.
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When did you guys stock roll pins? A while ago I tried finding a part number and searched online for the longest time.

I ended up ordering "Upgraded GM Racing" roll pins from John Powell.. Not sure the difference, or if there is even a way to tell.. I just kind of took his word for it.
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sorry. What's about 75W90 SHC Mobil ... for MT?
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When did you guys stock roll pins? A while ago I tried finding a part number and searched online for the longest time.

I ended up ordering "Upgraded GM Racing" roll pins from John Powell.. Not sure the difference, or if there is even a way to tell.. I just kind of took his word for it.

We have had the roll pins for a few years now, not sure what or if there is a difference from what JP sells.
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We have had the roll pins for a few years now, not sure what or if there is a difference from what JP sells.
Just got the fluid and roll pins from you guys, now I gotta grind down a damn 8mm Allen wrench to fit in between the subframe and the drain plug. God damn it first changing something as easy as a thermostat was a bitch and now a stupid drain plug is a hassle wtf lol. Nothing is ever easy on this car.
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I always read about people having to grind them down. Why not go out and buy a single wrench in the size you need, in a shorter version? I've got a long set and a stubby set.
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I looked at the auto parts store and didn't see any really shallow Allen wrenches
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I've located the drain plug but where is the fill at????
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I've located the drain plug but where is the fill at????
Up and to the right of drain. Might not see it, cause of the dirt. Same allen wrench looking plug.
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Up and to the right of drain. Might not see it, cause of the dirt. Same allen wrench looking plug.
Thanks!!!
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Thanks!!!
No problem, glad you found it.
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