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2000 gran am 104000 miles when do i change trans fluid

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Normally, transmission fluid does not need to be changed very often; the regular timeframe is anywhere between every 60k to 100k miles. So, the answer to your question is, it all depends on two things: 1. Are you the original owner of the vehicle and, therefore have put all 104k miles on the car? If so, have you ever had the tranny fluid changed? OR 2. Did you buy the car used? If so, did the previous owner or seller give you all of the maintenance records on the car?

If the answer to questions 1 or questions 2 is yes, it would be highly advisable to change the tranny fluid.

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