Dont be a dipshit. Atleast he isnt asking more rim questions.axle said:At the top right hand of your screen is a search button, try it.
I have a contact at ZF (UK) [email protected] (Paul Loomes)Doctor Leo said:But changing the fluid will also cure harsh shifting on higher milage Rovers. So idk about that. Im going to say changing the fluid wont harm anything. Someone that speaks German should give ZF a call and see what their engineers have to say
An alternative (which I did at about 90,000 km) would be to take the Range into an automotive transmission specialty shop. They have the experience of working with these Zf transmissions, ( also found on Audis and BMWs and some other German cars) and would have lower labour rates than the dealer and probably would have a cheaper supply of the correct ATF under a ZF or BMW brand name.kinggillen said:Looking to change most fluids on my new (old) 2003 RR HSE. I dont know that much about cars but would rather learn than go to the $160/Hr Land rover dealer. If anyone has instruction on how to change the transmission fluids that would be awesome.
LOL... you mean you don't like the ultra interesting and uber-technical "rim questions"!?!?!?! :lol:Doctor Leo said:Dont be a dipshit. Atleast he isnt asking more rim questions.axle said:At the top right hand of your screen is a search button, try it.
Google Rave and you wil find a link to it. Download it. Its the shop manual for your truck. It will have step by step guides to every repair on your truck.
Did you replace the filter after the first drain (to remove a bit more of the old fluid the first time around) or after the final drain?DeltaC said:I've just emptied the sump and refilled it to dilute the old oil. (Got about 6 litres out each time). Did this three times with a good run inbetween. Also changed the filter, cleaned the magnets etc.