[200q20v] transmission lube
b.m.benz at prodigy.net
Sun Dec 30 13:16:02 EST 2001
Before going to that extreme, try a half can of engine stop leak, seal
restorer in the tranny and the other half in the rear diff. Drive it for 1K
miles and 95% prob that your leaks will be gone. You may have to gunk the
underside down or steam clean to be sure that the leaks are stopped. At $4
or 5 bucks, a cheap fix. I've kept original shaft seals leak free for 250K
with this method.
The tranny uses GL4 gear oil and the rear diff GL5 hypoid gear oil. Any
brand, mixed is OK. What ever is on sale at Pep Boys.
Happy new year,
> From: David Kavanagh <dak at dotech.com>
> Date: Sun, 30 Dec 2001 14:25:07 -0500
> To: 200q20v at audifans.com
> Subject: [200q20v] transmission lube
> I need to replace leaky axle shaft seals and want to make sure I top up
> the transmission and diff with the right lube.
> The bently says 80W gear oil or 75W-90 gear oil (synthetic). Does that
> mean that I could have 80W dino juice or 75W-90 synthetic in there
> already? How would I know? Can I mix the two? I know I could just
> replace all of the fluid, but I have several repairs to do and don't
> want to spend a lot of time getting those drain plugs loose right now.
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