Transmission fluid, or transmission oil, should be changed about every 30,000 to 60,000 miles in a manual transmission and around 60,000 to 100,000 miles in an automatic, according to Car Talk. For some heavily-used manu... More »

The transmission fluid should be replaced on a regular basis. Regardless of having a manual or automatic transmission fluid, regularly changing it will avoid costly transmission repairs. More »

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Manufacturers typically suggest that automatic transmission fluid should be changed every 20,000 to 25,000 miles. This is often done at service stations, but some people do the job themselves. More »

To change the transmission fluid (or transaxle oil) in a John Deere Gator Utility Vehicle 4x2 raise the cargo box, remove drain plug located on the underside of machine, drain oil, and replace the drain plug. Remove dips... More »

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A transmission oil cooler works first through the transmission, engine or power steering pump heating the fluid that flows to the cooler lines. Air moving across the fins of the cooler cools the fluid, then routes it bac... More »

Transmission fluid flushes are more expensive than transmission fluid changes, according to L.D. Automotive. While the flush removes more of the old fluid and debris from the transmission, it can damage transmission seal... More »

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Transmission shudder is usually caused by a lack of transmission fluid or a slipping torque converter clutch. Contaminants in the transmission fluid may also lead to transmission shudders, but because the transmission is... More »