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Did transmition oil ws for avalon xl 2008 need

Did transmition oil ws for avalon xl 2008 need changing or not and after haomany miles need maintenance, whats specification

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Transmission services are usually recommended at about 40,000 miles.

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Turn the ignition switch off.
While pressing the reset switch, turn the ignition switch on(IG). Keep pressing the reset switch for at least 5 seconds to complete reset procedure.

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Overfilling with oil is never a good idea as it increases the load on the oil pump, however half inch is nothing to worry about the car will burn this off over a month or so.

If you are concerened though you can just loosen the oil filter, this will allow some oil out without you having to drop all the oil again. loosen then tighten back up once eniough is out. also you know you should only ever dip your oil when the car is cold as when hot you do not get a true reading.
Hope that helps
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Dan

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