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Transmission oil Rodeo 2004 6V1-D1 (V6-3.5l)

Where can I find tranny oil for my Rodeo ?

Also do I need to change any tranny filter?


My Rodeo has 33K problem free miles

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Sealed transmission WONT HAPPEN. YOU CAN ONLY DO A DRAIN AND REFILL ON THE TRANSMISSION. THERES A DRAIN PLUG ON THE TRANSMISSION ALL YOU DO IS DRAIN AND PUT BACK 5.4 QUARTS IN AND TIGHTEN THE DRAIN PLUG.

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