How To Change Automatic Transmission Fluid | Autoblog Wrenched
Changing your own automatic transmission fluid should be done every 20 - 50 thousand miles. Good thing it's pretty easy! See how on this
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[00:00:00] [Narrator] Changing your automatic transmission fluid is easy and should be performed every 20 to 50,000 miles for most vehicles that require a service, but check your owner's manual to find out when it should be changed, what type of fluid is required, and how many quarts the system holds before you get started. Here are the tools you'll need to do it yourself. Socket and torque wrench, brake clean, catch can, scrubbing pad, bucket, gasket adhesive, transmission fluid, gloves, safety glasses, basic tools, rags, and a funnel.
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February 15, 2017 at 07:23AM