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Transmission oil change

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Engine Discussion and Performance Mods' started by RaptorBoy10, Jul 17, 2016.

  1. RaptorBoy10

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    Thanks guys.. I hope it doesn't screw up the transmission when I do the oil and filter changed... would really suck, gotta get it ready for Raptoberfest!!!
     
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    This thread was hi jacked real quick
     
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    You ever do the transmission oil change? I have a 2010 with 92k and have been wondering if I should do it.
     
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    Same here. I'm almost at 109 lol
     
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    It seems that changing the fluid later than 50k leads to failure.
     
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    Mine got changed about 10k miles ago due to an internal seal leak. Haven't had any issues. 88,500 miles.....
     
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    Hyper hi-jacked!

    Anyways, change your fluid and filter. Manufacturers don't say "oh if you've missed a fluid change, dont worry about it"
     
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    definetely start with changing the trans fluid. cheapest way to address the problem. Trans shop around us usually would add and additive to fluid for higher mileage vehicles. they would also check if your fluid is burnt. good luck
     

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