how many miles before changing the transmission oil

Asked by Jul 08, 2014 at 04:52 AM about the 2008 Toyota Camry LE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2008 toyota v6 maintenance of transmission

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What does Toyota recommend, it is in the back of your owner manual? I'm pretty sure they say it's "Lifetime fluid" and need not be changed, but if you want to make the trans or car last longer, I'd personally have it changed out around 100K. Have a competent shop do it correctly as you have to add and fill from underneath the vehicle.

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Years ago it every 30,ooo ,miles now I do mine at 30'000 Miles it's always work for me 60000 to long 15000 to short 30000 unless advise otherwise some new cars I heard are Changed 100000 but it all a game because when you buy a car It important to read mantance reports how expensive it is to Martane So there it is it change not because it needs it but because you can afford it.best bet oil 3000 and filter fuel 60000mile filter,brkts ck 15000 Or when needed adjust back braks when emergency cab E extends and make noise.bulbs whenever needed.i have 240000 on my camry oh yea forgot t belt 90000 waterpump and seals ck belt-s and hoses it will last.what are all these people who don't change there Oil do Earn a new trade good luck

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Toyota I don't think it has a dipstick anymore.a flat plug

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