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Thread: Servicing Your Transmission and V-Drive

  1. #31
    When checking fluid levels, should the trailer be level or the engine? The engine is mounted at an angle, so it's tilted a little when the trailer is level. Or should I put the boat in the water and then check? Seems like there should be a proper way.

  2. #32
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    Quote Originally Posted by rfoon View Post
    When checking fluid levels, should the trailer be level or the engine? The engine is mounted at an angle, so it's tilted a little when the trailer is level. Or should I put the boat in the water and then check? Seems like there should be a proper way.
    I always work with engine fluids with the boat floor level. That is what it is on the water.

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  3. #33
    I currently have ATF in both the transmission and V-drive. If I change to SAE30 like some have recommended, are there any issues with mixing ATF and oil if I can't get all the ATF out? Should I just stick with ATF?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rfoon View Post
    I currently have ATF in both the transmission and V-drive. If I change to SAE30 like some have recommended, are there any issues with mixing ATF and oil if I can't get all the ATF out? Should I just stick with ATF?
    Good question. I am getting ready to do mine and would like to know also.

    I just checked my manual. It says to use ATF in both.

    It also says to DIP the DIPSTICK to check fluid levels.

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