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Adding oil to M5OD


Dav

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I am to the point of adding the ATF to the M5OD that I replaced the 44E with. Can I pour the atf down the hole where the shifter mounts? I will have to crawl under the truck to open up the fill hole but it sure would be easier to fill from the top, rather than lying under it with a hand pump
 


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Yes, you can. Much easier that way
 

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That's how I do it.
 

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Super1 Thanks
 


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