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      11-04-2012, 09:01 PM   #1
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Transmission Fluid

Any suggestions on where to buy fluid cheap? 2007 335i Auto. Looking into changing it here soon.
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http://www.ecstuning.com/ seems to have competive pricing from when i've browsed parts. If you're going oem my local dealer is pretty good at trying to price match online prices which saves me time waiting for them to ship.
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http://www.ecstuning.com/ seems to have competive pricing from when i've browsed parts. If you're going oem my local dealer is pretty good at trying to price match online prices which saves me time waiting for them to ship.
Thanks, they have some great bundles on it all as well.


Anyone know if I should get a new pan and filter as well? The pan and filter was changed 2 years ago during warranty for the mech sleeve leaking.
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http://www.ecstuning.com/ seems to have competive pricing from when i've browsed parts. If you're going oem my local dealer is pretty good at trying to price match online prices which saves me time waiting for them to ship.
Thanks, they have some great bundles on it all as well.


Anyone know if I should get a new pan and filter as well? The pan and filter was changed 2 years ago during warranty for the mech sleeve leaking.
I used: http://www.thectsc.com/. Great service Advice and prices.
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I used: http://www.thectsc.com/. Great service Advice and prices.
+ 1.

They actually have a service kit which includes the filter/ pan + 6l of oil.

Too bad they don't ship outside of the states.
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They actually have a service kit which includes the filter/ pan + 6l of oil.

Too bad they don't ship outside of the states.
You might try the ECS link above then, they have the kits as well and are cheaper.
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Change the sealing sleeve while you are in there. $20part but you will have to drop the pan again when it leaks.
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Change the sealing sleeve while you are in there. $20part but you will have to drop the pan again when it leaks.
BMW just replaced it 2 years ago when it was leaking, think I should be good.
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