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    Atheer juafari
    Atheer juafari
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    Hi everyone, I’ve problem with my chevy in last week i found my coolant reservoir filled with creamy pink fluid after inspection its seems to be there is a failure in my gearbox coolant that leads to mix gear fluid with coolant water , I’ve made some fixes by replacing the engine radiator and flush gearbox fluid (only on the pan )but the gearbox still not functioning well, shall i replace the gearbox or do full gear fluid flush? any help !

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    Nightflyr *
    Richard Kirshy
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    IMHO,
    I would try a complete fluid flush first.
    If it works all well and good, plus you’ll save the cost and labor of a major replacement.
    Might look at installing a external cooler and by pass the radiator all together.

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    Atheer juafari
    Atheer juafari
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    thanks Richard , unfortunately i can’t replace the gear filter cause it unaccessable without teardown the gearbox, my transmission type gm(6t75) and what about the valve controller! is the flush enough to clean it

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    Nightflyr *
    Richard Kirshy
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    Can’t say for certain..
    Though there are a growing amount of cases where doing a complete fluid flush (3 gallons or more) have worked on vehicles that have had the strawberry milkshake.

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