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Old Aug 9, 2018, 07:20 AM
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SST Fluids and SST Newb Question

I currently have an Evo X with the SST Transmission, what fluids and how much of each am I in need of if I want to do the ACD, and trans? I am receiving the notorious error, so I am guessing it's time to swap out the ACD Pump unfortunately, and I figure while I'm at it I mind as well do the transmission fluid also. Anything else I should service while I conduct these two fluid changes? If this is somewhere else, link me to it if possible, I have not seen it....


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Old Aug 9, 2018, 07:47 AM
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Yah you should also do the AYC fluid too. I would advise you use all OEM fluids but that's up to you, aside from the trans which you have to use oem Diaqueen SST fluid. It's not cheap but if you don't you will be sorry. Also replace the filter, I bought a Dodson reusable, it's more up front but after the second change it's paid for itself
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For the SST, I would only use the OEM Diaqueen SST fluid.

The AYC/ACD pump/system just needs SPIII compatible synthetic ATF.
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Thanks gents, I am probably going with OEM Fluids, just trying to see if there's a list of what all I will need without finding a manual, digging through that or through these threads. Most of the threads here are people talking about what is equivalent to OEM, haven't really seen how much of each fluid...

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