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How do u change auto transmission fluid on a 2006 hyndai sonota.

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The right way to do this is with a bg machine and you will need too go to a repair shop for this, make sure its a bg flush they do, the old way of dropping the trany pan and replacing the filter iis only a half job, you never get all the old oil out, you only get 65% out, then you mix the new oil with all thaty drity oil, google bg trany flush and read about it. hope this helps.

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