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  1. Well I did eventually find my answer. I know this is dirt simple for most of you guys on the forum, but for some newbies like myself, who come to sites like this seeking step by step instructions, I'll post what worked for me. So here's how I did the flush on my 1995 Mazda 626 automatic transmission. The first step was, after warming up the car with a short drive, to drain the ATF through the trans drain plug. Almost exactly 4 litres came out (I left it to drain overnight because it was late, but probably half an hour would be good). Clean the hole and apply a bit of Loc Tite to the p
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  2. 3,000 RPM doesn't seem all that high to me. If the shift is particularly rough, you may want to inspect the engine/transmission mounts.
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  3. You might be able to bypass the horn honk/light blink part, but not the immobilizer. That feature is internal to the ECU.
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