Hi I am a new forum member and I just had a few questions to ask any mechanics/experts about a recent visit to my local dealership. At my last visit to get my oil changed the dealership gave me a list of items requiring service. One of which was the transmission fluid. They said that the fluid was dirty and needed to be changed immediately. Apparently at 30K I was supposed to get my fluid changed and now I am at 42K. When I checked the fluid later it appeared to be a bright pink/red color and almost brand new looking. I also have never heard of getting the transmission fluid changed every 30k miles. At the dealership I go to for my Toyota Tacoma they recommend every 100K or every 60K if towing a lot. What would any of you recommend? I would really hate to pay $150 bucks for a service that wasn't really necessary. On the other hand I would like to keep my 60K warranty, unless too late. Also, they recommended having my power steering fluid flushed and my coolant flushed as well. But in the manual it clearly states not to have the coolant flushed within the first 60K miles. Also with the AT fluid the manual says to only do a flush if needed, but I don't see the need if the fluid isn't dirty. So what do you think? Thanks for all the help!