Thread: Nag1 TECH ALERT
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Old 01-09-2008, 05:27 AM   #10
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Default Re: Nag1 TECH ALERT

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Originally Posted by bikerjoe View Post
That is some scary looking stuff. I don't know if I am brave enough to get into my tranny like that just yet.
True-this is not as simple as an engine oil filter change but it's much less intimidating than it appears.

If you're nervous about doing this procedure then why not just keep it in mind and do this inspection and cleaning -if and when you ever suffer from transmission codes or symptoms.

More importantly, don't let someone talk you into performing expensive repairs or replacing your transmission without checking this first. Speed sensor (in this case false signals) related failure codes are suggestive of serious internal problems -can be misinterpreted. Doktor A
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