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No I certainly won’t be doin it that’s for sure. I can have my local mechanic do a gearbox oil change. He would drain and fill twice do get most of the old oil out. There is a company local that can come out with a specialised machine and drain the gearbox, torque converter and oil cooler for 250 quid. Seems a bit steep to me. PS do you know if mine is a 6T45 or 50
 

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Good offers on AUTODOC. I only ordered 4 litres of ATF but for this price I can always order more. I was speaking to my mechanic stated he would have it on axel stands etc. He’s done work on DSG gear boxes so think he knows what he’s doing. Car is running well now after new injector and fuel pressure regulator put in. Was cutting out while driving but so far no EML. Also said one of the injectors had the code sandpapered off so I’m thinking the last mechanic had just put any old injector in and hoped for the best.
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I had my 2.2D autom. oil changed by the local GM dealer. I think had some 120tkm on the clock at the time. They just changed what came out when opened the drain plug. It is easy to do annual services by yourself but everything else i had professionals to do. You wont change autom transmission oils more than maybe 100tkm intervals. Same with transfer box and rear end oils.
Yea there is 114k on the clock now. I had to buy a new transfer case as last one cracked. The car is going great now so want to try and prevent any more mishaps. I will get the glow plugs changed at the same time doubt they have ever been changed and the mechanic did say one of them was flagging up on his computer but has not threw up a EML
 
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