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To Replace or Not to Replace

Discussion in 'Chevy Trucks' started by snowfighterG, Mar 22, 2005.

  1. snowfighterG

    snowfighterG Member
    Messages: 34

    Hi guys,

    I have had some conflicting advice on wether to change out the tranny filters and fliuds in my transmissions at the end of the season. Some have told me not to that it shouldn't be messed with and some have said disregard the owners manual and change both each spring. What do you guys think and what have you guys done in the past. Is there any truth to the theory that the same fluid should be left in a Chevrolet transmission for the duration of it's service? Any advice would be great! I haven't change the fluid or filters on my 2001 or my 2004 trucks as of yet. :cool:

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