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 »

Changing the transmission fluid in a vehicle will save time and money if a few simple steps are followed. Drivers can easily change their own transmission fluid as long as they have the correct tools and replacement part... More »

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To change transmission fluid, remove the bolts from the transmission pan, and allow all the fluid to drain out. Replace the filter, re-attach the pan, and add fresh transmission fluid. More »

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Changing the transmission fluid in a vehicle should take place based on the manufacturer's written recommendation, which ranges from 30,000 to 60,000 miles for manual transmissions and 60,000 to 100,000 miles for automat... More »

A slipping transmission is frequently caused by a problem with the vehicle's transmission fluid. Additionally, important components of the transmission, particularly the bands, may be worn or broken. Transmission slippag... More »

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A transmission flush from Jiffy Lube occurs when the transmission fluid is removed from the car, then refilled. This is one of three different transmission services that Jiffy Lube offers to its customers. More »

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A basic automotive transmission tune-up involves inspecting and replacing the gasket, filter and transmission fluid. The transmission bands may also be tightened and adjusted during a routine tune-up. CarTalk recommends ... More »