Question about 2006 GMC Envoy
Posted by Anonymous on
There are pro's and con's on that subject. Some want it changed every 3000 miles. Some say never as long as the fluid isn't brown and smells burnt. The reason is that additives in the fluid attack the glue that bonds the friction parts in the transmission causing early failure. Other opinions say it keeps the fluid free of small metal parts that wear, but that's what the filter does. I personally only add fluid when necessary and change the filter every 20 or so miles. I have a 92 Buick Riviera that has 96 thousand miles on it without ever having a transmission problem.
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