Question about 2001 Mazda 626
My 2001 626 has 46000 miles on it. When I had my oil changed at the Super Lube the other day, they showed me that my transmission fluid is very dark and said that I need to have it changed ASAP. What is the best course of action that I should take to have this done (flush vs drain and refill)? Also, do you think, without inspecting it, that any major damage has been done? I've not experienced any problems, but since I gained custody of this car about 5 months ago, I've read lots of horror stories about Mazda 626s and their transmission problems and want to take the best possible course of action.
Flushing is the best thing to do to prevent u from getting transmission problems in the future.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
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