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Old 06-28-2010, 08:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone have any idea how often I have to change the automatic transmission fluid?

I've bought a Verona 05, and I don't know if I have to change it?, my car has 39000 miles

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the book says 37.500 miles or 60,000 km for severe driving conditions.
but you will need a special tool to remove the drain and fill plugs.
also make sure to use the correct fluid..
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the book says 37.500 miles or 60,000 km for severe driving conditions.
but you will need a special tool to remove the drain and fill plugs.
also make sure to use the correct fluid..
You need a 5/16" or 8mm sqaure drive to get the fill and drain plugs out. It's available from Snap-On as a 3/8"-5/16" adapter that's where I got mine from. Pain in the ass. Our dealership never got the special tool for some reason.
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i was having trouble finding that adapter from snap on you wouldn't happen to have a part number or a link. having trouble wading thru all the adapters, impact, industrial... types from snap on. i'd rather b able to get it at a parts store or lowes hardware type store but can't seem to find it at any of them
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I took a 1/2" to 3/8" adapter and shaved it to 8mm with a metal file. I also removed the small ball bearing...

Perfect tool for a DIY job after.
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