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Is it true that a 2006 ford fusion does not require a transmission servicing?

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If you want to burn it up, in about three years
All transmissions require fluid changes,not more than 30,000 miles or three years.
You watch too many commercials
Change the Power Steering Fluid, every three years also
Brake fluid every two years.
Unlikely you'll get 100,000 out of a transaxle even with the fluid changes. Just so I told you so,in the future
I used to own a trans shop. 90% of that work was neglect and some MFG Failures

Posted on Oct 12, 2010

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