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I dont have any problem, i just buy one and i want to make a complete service, but i went to differents auto part stores and they dont have any parts for the tune up (transmition).

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There is no maintenance to do on that auto transmission. All that is suggested is a drain and fill, or power flush, at 100-120k miles.

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