Question about 1997 Buick LeSabre
Unless you know the vehicles history, it's wise to change all fluids when you get a new vehicle. This gives you a good baseline for future service. Although impractical and expensive it would do no harm to change the fluids once a week. If you wait too long, that's another story...fluids break down chemically and permit wear and failure of the components they are supposed to protect. Changing the trans fluid after you already feel a problem is usually too late. After changing, you can resume normal intervals of about 30K for transmission.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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