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The car only has 89,000 miles on it. I only had it for 4 years. When I got it,the car only had 42,000 miles on it.
Why not provide a vehicle
Year,make,model & trans model
If you failed to change the fluid every 3 years
since it was new, it will fail, as will power steering
racks, for the same reason
Not unusual for a transaxle to fail before 100,000 miles
No need to change a screen, if your even referring to that
You change the filter,not a screen, every 3 years or longer
If it worked before you changed the fluid & now doesn't,
then it was slipping & you failed to check for that, & it then
& now needs to be rebuilt,if that was the case (slipping)
Asking could it be this or that-- is NOT actually diagnosing the
vehicle-- to find a problem
Moving slow- no- not the module
Module issues maybe- but it sounds like it is done- worn out
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
No this cant be right..
If it is as simple as a oil change and rotating your tyres it should not cost you more than AU$200 MAX! look at it this way.
An oil filter would cost around the AU$20 mark, and thats a pretty good oil filter.
Now you can buy 5-6 litres of oil for AU$30 and thats reasonable oil.
A sump plug washer [if they charge you] AU$2 dollars.
and labour AU$40 all up thats AU$92, and the currancy in the states is stronger than Australia's dollar.
Now to rotate a few tyres.. any monkey could do that... That should add another AU$100 MAXIMUM.
all up AUD$192 and thats not even being generous.
I dont know were they got that figure from, but believe me. you could get that done in under $200 easy!
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
No the volvo does not have a servicable filter, The best thing to do is to flush new fluid through the transmission periodically, replacing all of the fluid.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
at 50,000 miles there is really no need. i would wait and save up that money and do a transmission flush 7- 10 quarts of toyota f-type fluid can be costly but a flush removes all of the fluid and garnish along with any fine shavings (normal wear and tear) out of the tranny and replaces it with new clean fluid. normal intervals would be at about 80-100,000 miles. you should be able to find preventative maintenance schedules in your owners manual. if not any repair facility would have it on their computer.
Posted on May 30, 2009
Nope. There is a drain plug on the transmission case. It is a simple drain and fill. Odyssey transmissions do not have a filter.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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