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Old 09-10-2013, 10:40 PM
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Winterization: V-drive question

Can someone confirm for me that the Walter's V-drive has a water drain and the ZF V-drive does not? Or specifically that the ZF has no water drain?

My manual goes through great lengths to show how to drain the trans but I have a ZF 630V and all the searching I've done doesn't show any drains. Am I right to think that the only water contact with the transmission is through the water cooler up near the raw water pump on my 1999 Maristar with a 5.7l?
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Old 09-11-2013, 07:14 AM
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Can someone confirm for me that the Walter's V-drive has a water drain and the ZF V-drive does not? Or specifically that the ZF has no water drain?

My manual goes through great lengths to show how to drain the trans but I have a ZF 630V and all the searching I've done doesn't show any drains. Am I right to think that the only water contact with the transmission is through the water cooler up near the raw water pump on my 1999 Maristar with a 5.7l?

You are correct, the only water is in the cooler. There isn't any in your trans.
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