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Toyota Fielder is equipped with (Continuous Velocity Transmission) CVT. Better to replace the CVT oil every 100,000 Km. The recommended oil is Toyota Genuine CVT Fluid TC with part number 08886-02105 4 Litres. Requires inspection after every subsequent 40,000 Km under normal conditions and 25000 Km under severe conditions.

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