Since I completely drained the lines, pan and torque converter on my 94 SC, 8,000 miles ago, should I drain everything again to replace the 1-2, 2-3 accumulators and springs, or am I okay if I just drain the pan this time?
Why did you drain it 8K miles ago? Due to a failure or some other reason? :2huh:
If for a failure, I would recommend draining the whole thing (just one way to get more of the crap out of the system). But if it was just to fix a shudder problem or just to replace old fluid, I wouldn't worry about it.
But that's just my .02 (and I'm definitely not a transmission expert!!). :thumbsup:
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