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This is how often you need to change your transmission fluid

Updated: Nov 18, 2021

After some time of use, the transmission fluid deteriorates. Therefore, you should keep changing as often as needed.

Manual transmissions: According to experts, the fluid change for manual cars should happen every 30,000 to 60,000 miles. The problem is that with the wear of the synch

ronizers, bearings and gears in the transmission, over time the fluid becomes contaminated. This is due to the residue of metal particles floating in the lubricant. Oil that contains microscopic metal particles does not lubricate as well as pure oil. For this reason, these contaminants must be drained so that it is possible to prolong the useful life of their transmission.

Automatic transmissions: As for automatic transmission vehicles, the change can vary from every 30,000 miles to possibly never. That's because because the automatic transmission generates more heat, the fluid actually degrades with use. It also becomes contaminated with spent pieces of transmission.

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