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What is the maintainence schedule for the Automatic Transmission in a 2004 Mabibu?

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Change your automatic trans fluid every three years,do not go over 30,000 miles

That is for ALL VEHICLES

I used to own a trans shop, and do not care what tv ads say, or the manufacturers or owners manuals

80% fail unnecessarily because of neglect

That goes for power steering also

Use the correct fluid,NO ADDITIVES,NO SEALERS,

Posted on Nov 07, 2010

  • Anonymous Nov 07, 2010

    For those of you reading this

    If your trans slips,DO NOT CHANGE THE FLUID,it will slip worse

    Fluid changes only restore the ability to remove heat.
    Heat is the cause of most trans failures/slipping

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