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#39: 09-19-2012, 12:43 PM
 
 PoManzAWD
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Originally Posted by CarlyCurran88 View Post
Yes they advised against changing it but could not say why the car is doing what it's doing. The Subaru CVT fluid is what I'm getting. $10.75 a quart and about 13 quarts
It's too bad they can't pin-point the issue here. I have my doubts on the amount of CVT fluid too. Total system capacity is like ~16qts. I'm sure a drain and fill would be a fraction of that. Probably more like 4-5qts max. The rest is held in the system and torque converter. I hope they plan on doing 2-3 drain/fill cycles with the 13qts you're paying for. I doubt they'll do a "flush" unless there's a clear procedure in the service manual. Generally if the trans has drain and fill plugs like the CVT does, it's not intended to be cooler line flushed.

Joel