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For The Record - Carm Capriotto, AAP EPISODE 82
Steve Finzel – Too Many Fluids [FTR 082]
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Steve Finzel – Too Many Fluids [FTR 082]

Steve Finzel, Finzel’s Master Tech, Terre Haute, IN is not a happy camper as it relates to transmission fluid. You may just relate to his rant or maybe even offer some advice. Listen to the frustration Steve has over transmission fluids. Find Steve's previous episodes HERE.

Talking Points

  • So many transmission fluids
  • Low viscosity and High viscosity are the major difference in the man fluids
  • Getting information has been tough. LV MV are the codes. What can be used
  • If we can’t stock all the different fluids why can’t we get information on what to use
  • CVT fluid is green. Honda says to use the blueWhen you order it you’ll find it is yellow
  • All too confusing

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