Changing Transmission Fluid

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you think the dealership would check how much fluid it has in mine? You know since there's no dipstick in mine.
I don't see why not, but what mileage/kilometers are you at?

 
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94,000km, but i don't even know if the last owner changed it. i got this car at 86,000 back in September
I think you’re good, you’re not over but you’re close. I would definitely take it in and have them pump out the old and have fresh fluids put in. If you haven’t felt gears slip and any loud grinding when shifting gears you should be good. Hopefully the guy before you changed it but it won’t hurt to change it again.
 

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you think the dealership would check how much fluid it has in mine? You know since there's no dipstick in mine.
Transmission is inclosed unless there is leak on it ,there is no reason for your fluid to be low. Its the quality of the fluid that deteriorates over time, and thats the reason for changing it.

 

 
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