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post #31 of 34 (permalink) Old 03-24-2019, 06:49 PM
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1st off No such thing as OEM ATF fluid Lasting Life-Time i know many read this in there owners manual But its Just Not true.! So if someone keeps there vehicle for 30 years same ATF fluid because it reads in the owners manual never change it. do You really think its going to work right after at all that time.? No, thats a wording the manufacturer is using in the owners manual into thinking that You never need to change ATF fluid there by saving You money $ but what are You realy saving when the trans starts acting up or breaks all together lol

Listen Therers No substatute than using OEM fresh clean ATF Fluid in a expensive transmission why risk it.? ask Youself at home in the Kitchen would You use the same frying Oil over-&-over thats burnt black to fry Your food again & again over im guessing probably not lol.?

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I performed this procedure this last weekend, and wanted to make a quick clarification. On my 2010 VeraCruz Limited AWD, the level check screw was a T40, not T45. It looks like both sizes have been mentioned in this thread.
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Thank you mkd8919. This correction is helpfull
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