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When should I service the automatic transmission

When and how should I service the automatic transmission in my 2004 s60 2.5t Volvo? It has 60k miles on it.

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First serviced should of been 30,000 due to the break in period to remove any metal shaving then 80,000 to 100,000 after that depends on your driving condition. Hope this helps friend. 

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