EBS ET-1 ATF COOLER LINE EXCHANGE QUICK REFERENCE STEP 1 Locate the transmission cooler line STEP 6 Set amount to be exchanged in one connection on the vehicle. Identify the correct adapters to be used by referring to the vehicle application chart. Connect the adapters to the transmission cooler lines. tenth quart or one-tenth liter increments. STEP 2 Included with the unit are one straight (1), and one ninety-degree (2) intermediate hose. Connect the adapters to the intermediate hoses. Connect the new fluid line (green, 3) of the unit to one intermediate hose, and the used fluid line (black, 4) of the unit to the remaining intermediate hose. 3 STEP 7 Press the EXCHANGE START button. 1 4 2 STEP 3 Connect the unit’s power cord to a STEP 8 An audible alert will sound and the 110vac outlet. Use a heavy duty extension cord if necessary. Turn the power switch on the lid on. The control pad screen should light up and then show old and new fluid amounts in each tank. READY light will turn on when the exchange has been completed. The unit will automatically go into bypass mode upon completion. STEP 4 Start the vehicle. Fluid pressure should increase on the pressure gauge (1), the READY light will turn on (2), and a continuous alert will sound. If the pressure does not increase and the audible alert is not sounded, IMMEDIATELY turn off the vehicle and reverse the hose connections (see STEP 2) and re-try. 1 2 STEP 9 Check the transmission fluid level. Add or remove fluid as necessary by selecting ADD FLUID or REMOVE FLUID button on the control panel. Select the desired amount using the “+” or “-” buttons. Press the ADD FLUID or REMOVE FLUID button again to start the process. STEP 5 Press the COOLER LINE button to STEP 10 Shut off the vehicle, disconnect the begin the service. hoses and the adapters, reattach the cooler lines to their original connections, start the car and check for leaks, recheck the transmission fluid level. EBS ET-1 DIPSTICK EXCHANGE QUICK REFERENCE ATTENTION: Using the Dipstick Exchange method requires the dipstick flow control valve to be in the proper flow direction prior to each step performed. Verify the correct positioning of the valve before starting each step. Failure to do so will delay the exchange process!! STEP 1 Connect the green and black hoses to STEP 7 Enter the total amount of fluid to be exchanged. the three-way dipstick flow control valve. STEP 2 Connect the dipstick extraction/addition STEP 8 Select the DRAIN PAN function to begin wand attachment to the dipstick flow control valve. the exchange process. The unit will stop removing fluid once the pan is empty. STEP 3 Insert the dipstick wand into the STEP 9 The RESUME REFILL LED will begin to transmission fluid fill tube. flash, prompting the dipstick flow control valve direction to be turned perpendicular to the black USED fluid connection hose. STEP 4 Turn the dipstick flow control valve STEP 10 Press the RESUME REFILL button. parallel to the black USED fluid connection hose. The unit will continue to fill the pan until the amount removed in step #8 is reached. STEP 5 Connect the unit’s power cord to a STEP 11 Start the vehicle. Let the vehicle idle for about one minute 110vac outlet. Use a heavy duty extension cord if necessary. The control pad screen should light up and then show old and new fluid amounts in each tank. while shifting through the gears for at least ten seconds. STEP 6 Select the DIPSTICK mode. STEP 12 If the first cycle does not completely remove the amount WARNING: TAKE THE NECESSARY PRECAUTIONS TO SECURE THE VEHICLE BEFORE STARTING IT OR PERFORMING ANY SERVICES!! entered in step #7, then the DRAIN PAN LED will flash, prompting the dipstick flow control valve to be turned parallel to the black USED fluid connection. Press the DRAIN PAN button and steps #8-11 will repeat until the desired exchange amount has been achieved.
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