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My 2007 T/ C 3.3 Litre original engine and transmission keeps going strong at 235,000 miles. The only I have done is use Shell Rotella synthetic oil and keep dropping the tranny pan and changing fluid. Plugs and wires a few times. Ruining great!
 

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Welcome,

235,000 miles are not really a lot of miles by my stds.

But glad it is still working fine, especially after droping transmission pan more than once.
 

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Keep on trucking. :) You're doing well.

Spinning your wheels in the sand doesn't count LEVY. :) Ooops, up here it's snow.
 

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how would changing tranny fluid effect anything. I suck a quart out of my tranny every time I change oil for detergent sake, 2006
 

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My 2007 T/ C 3.3 Litre ... . Ruining great!
It is ... Ruining great ... 😁🤣😊

That made my day. 😛
 

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Changing ATF doesn't affect anything.
Changing ATF DOES affect the life and reliability of ANY automatic transmission. Gets rid of wear particle, renews additives and lubricates better. The only transmission whose fluid should not be changed is one with extremely high mileage when the fluid is dirty and burnt.
 

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Changing ATF DOES affect the life and reliability of ANY automatic transmission. Gets rid of wear particle, renews additives and lubricates better. The only transmission whose fluid should not be changed is one with extremely high mileage when the fluid is dirty and burnt.
I never change ATF on any of my vehicles, no transmission failure so far.
 
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