Join Date: May 2000
Location: cornwall, vt. usa
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by BillK:
You can take the return hose off the pump and stick it into a coffee can etc. Then run the motor and while the old oil is coming out, keep pouring new oil into the pump. A lot of shops use this method to "flush" out the lines when putting in a new pump etc. Just have someone helping you so that you can start and stop the motor as needed. You DO NOT want to run the pump dry. Also, while "flushing" turn the wheel from lock to lock once or twice to make sure and get all the air out of the system.
Just be carefull, and the procedure can be messy. You will probably need at least three or four qts of atf to get all the dirty oil out.
Hope this helps,
thanks billK. should have known that, slipped my mind. Mr.D good thought but when the oil is like sae 30wt it's not atf.
[This message has been edited by camnut (edited 08-21-2000).]