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Missouri's Max Dealer (Brandon Price)
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Username: Brandon_price

Post Number: 57
Registered: 01-2005
Posted From: 69.27.205.85

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Posted on Sunday, November 06, 2005 - 05:40 pm:   

Your '92 Max IV uses the same bearings on the outside as on the inside. Both are 62mm outside diameter and 1.25" inside diameter. A trans fluid change is always a good idea. Remove both plugs on the trans. One on the upper right and the other on the lower left. The upper right plug is vented, so be careful to not use that one as the drain plug later (your fluid will leak out). Raise the front of the vehicle to pour the old fluid out. Lower vehicle back to level ground and fill with approx. one quart of ATF Type F or until the fluid begin to run out the bottom hole. Reinstall the drain plug. Also, I always like to add a 4 ounce bottle of limited slip differential additive at the first fluid change on an old Max. You can get a bottle from your auto parts store for about $6. It makes a world of difference for easy of turning and feathering the trans.