About 3 weeks ago I got my Red Line MT gearbox fluid in the mail.
I put my car up on the "rhino ramps" and I emptied the fluid out of the transmission. (66k miles 03 1.8T Wolfsburg)
I figured since I just got the car, and the oil looked pretty bad, I should change the transmission fluid as well.
I used the method of using a garden hose to put the fluid in. I sat underneath the car holding the hose into the hole, and had a friend pour the fluid into the hose/funnel.
I kind of had to bend the end of the hose a bit to get it into the hole, but the first liter seemed to go in fine. We couldn't measure really well how much of the next bottle went in, and I tried sticking my finger in to see if it was high, but since the car was up on ramps, that wouldn't be too accurate. The car is too low to get underneath it on the ground. When we thought we put half in, I let the hose chill for a minute, and when I pulled the hose out, some fluid leaked out of the house. I still could barely feel any fluid, but I figured since the car was tilted it should be fine.
Once I started driving it again it felt like the shifter was moving quite a bit easier. But now it seems like it's gotten harder, and I hear kind of a knocking noise from underneath the shifter (e.g. 1st to second) if I shift too quickly.
Should I put it back on the ramps and try to put all 2 liters in, or what?