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What mile do you change the trans fliud 2006 corolla

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Hi. The trans fluid on models 2006 and later don't need maintenace up to the first 100,000 miles, after that then it's every 30,000 miles. Hope this helps

Posted on Aug 21, 2008

Look at your maintance schedule

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