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When and if do I need to change my transmission fluid?

I have a 2003 Toyota Camry with 106,000 miles. when do I need to replace the transmission fluid, if ever?

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Yes it does need too be change,if auto matic ,especially, change the fluid and the filter, too ensure proper shifting and so it doesnt burn up your transmission,check your manual for exact mileage on service intervals

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TRANSMISSION FLUID IS CHANGE EVERY 100,000 MILES AND ITS GGOD TOGET CHECK DURING OIL CHANGES.

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