How often should you change transmission oil?
Professionally Researched. by Rebekah Richards on July 27th, 2010Answerbag Experts
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"The oil in an automatic transmission should be changed every 60,000 to 100,000 miles. The fluid in a manual transmission should be changed approximately every 30,000 to 60,000 miles. Changing your transmission oil or fluid regularly helps extend the life of your transmission."
References: Cars.com: Transmission Fluid
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Answer: by George_C9621
"For most people, that's never - then the rough shifting and leak problems appear.
They change the fluid - then the transmission problem gets worse. That's because the new fluid is thin in nature, made for new, close-fitting parts. Several oil thickeners are sold to booster the fluid - but seldom end the problem.
A new product, Mega Power Worn Transmission Treatment cleans and frees valves and such, smooths, then coats worn areas. This restores shifting and stop leaks. New fluid is fortified for added conditioning.
That is how to help protect your transmission - and end those wear problems, if you have been lax about servicing your transmission every two years."
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