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How to change trans fluid on a 2005 CRV. Also , is it necessary to flush transmission?

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It is best to flush the trans. Lube shops have a machine that does it. The reason, is that there is fluid in cooling lines, rad cooler, and torque converter that does not get changed without flush. My preference is to flush, then change filter.

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I would have to say YES, YES, YES !!!!

Modern transmissions are an amazing piece of electronic/mechanical machinery, but they rely on a special trans fluid (with special properties) to keep the internal components conditioned, keep pressures up and to prevent premature malfunction from overheating.

Trans fluid can be compared to our own blood - bad cholesterol levels in human blood will cause heart attacks...the same could be said for auto transmissions, containing bad trans fluid.

Until recently, manufacturers were slow to admit that transmission fluids should be changed sooner, rather than later (most manufacturers were/are suggesting changing fluid every 100,000km), but due to the high numbers of trans failures ocurring, it is now being suggested that trans fluid should be changed every 50,000km to be safe.

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I have a 2004 Maxima and an independent local business is recommending a Transmission Power Flush. There are 70,000 muiles on the car. What is the recommended transmission maintenance andis this...


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On automatic transmission that has over 100,000 miles,you should not flash it. DO NOT got to a shop that use re-circulate machine to flush out the transmission.

Base on the 2005 production year,you should have only 60,000 on the transmission.

The correct method is to purchase the transmission filter,pan gasket kit + transmission fluid and a trans line cleaning fluid.

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Get the complete kit from your auto parts supply store and do the drain,cooler flush and filter change.

Recycle your old transmission fluid at your part store or recycling center.

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What kind of fees should I expect for a transmission fluid and filter change for an 05 Jeep Grand Cherokee?


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