i was told my transmission oil is black I was told to get it flushed but then told if I get it flushed the trans would only last about 2 -3 weeks I should not get it flushed just drive til it goes out

Asked by Mar 18, 2014 at 09:42 AM about the Pontiac Grand Prix

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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no you should flush that thing it will last longer at least 6 months

Might be even longer if you get the transmission filter replaced as well. Do you have maintenance records of this vehicle?

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Old school thinking was that fresh oil would wash out the gunk that was holding the trans together. It's not true. Don't just change the fluid, get it flushed, and change the filter. If the trans is worn, add a quart of transmedic or similar high-mileage treatment.

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