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    DCT Question

    I was wondering if there a sensor for low DCT fluid in our tranny? I had my DCT oil pan and side gasket replace by the dealer recently so i just want to be safe.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by benzy89 Click here to enlarge
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    is there any way of telling if there enough fluid in the tranny?

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    There is only a temp sensor in there.

    Im not a tech and I have never checked the level before but my tech tells me its a long process and its not easy. We use a lift and a autologic and wait a specific time for the fluid to hit the right temp. There is a screw plug on the side that will drain if its at the appropriate level.
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    Thanks Andrew

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by tmntmn Click here to enlarge
    is there any way of telling if there enough fluid in the tranny?
    It's supposed to be "lifetime" but you will want to replace it.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    It's supposed to be "lifetime" but you will want to replace it.
    Planning on changing it out soon, dealership replace my DCT Oil Pan and side gasket but the invoice only shows 1qt of DCT fluid, my SA said they reuse the same fluid

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