Question about 2005 Infiniti G35
Put a bit of it on a white napkin, if it's brown in color, change it. If it's slightly pinkish-brown, it's still ok. If it's pink, it's still good. I would suggest using only the OEM specific tranny fluid to avoid any issues with proper lubrication. It may cost a little more than equivalents but this is something you don't change often.
Posted on Dec 02, 2013
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