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Old 10th September 2017, 23:09   #661
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I have done it when climbing Nandi hills, but have not faced any such issues.
On your drive , did you do it too often or too early ?
I split my journey and stayed overnight at Theni during the onward trip, covered 50 kms before hitting the ghats. I wasn't aggressive on the kickdown mode, yet it happened. I braked a lot on the ghat section, this could be the only suspect or the day before during my journey till Theni where I did decent speeds with kickdown during overtake, which I normally do.

ATF fluid heating up?

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I've placed order for suzuki ATF 3317, each litre cost 1200/- INR. As per the technician, The AT box on the astar would consume around 2.7-2.8 litres. The odo on the car stands at 40100 kms.

Will keep you posted. I am getting this done at Suraksha, Koramangala.

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