Generally for "severe service" (normal stop-and-go short trip driving) an automatic transmission should be drained, the filter replaced and refilled every 25,000 miles. On most light vehicles it is rather involved to replace the fluid in the torque converter. You normally only replace what drains out when you take the pan off to replace the filter. If done every 25,000 miles almost all the fluid will eventually be replaced after several changes.
Yes it should be!
The best way is to have the tranny flushed in order to get all the fluid out of the valve body and the torque converter.
Defiantly agreed DO NOT FLUSH TRANSMISSION also ammaco in SLC UT 600s 300w Will scam you out of your money
Car transmissions should be flushed at least once every two years, that's what most car manufactures say and mechanics
No, Fluid, filter, and gasket
Change your transmission filter and have the trans flushed.
if you change trans fluid REGULARLY like you should, flushing is not necessary
I'm not an expert on this subject, but I had a mechanic recently tell me that your transmission fluid should be flushed every 30,000 miles. Good transmission fluid should be a semi-transparent pinkish color. If you notice that it is discolored, dark, or has dark particles in it it probably needs to be flushed. You can always add fluid if there is room but this will only temporarily fix the problem since your transmission cycles the fluid and reuses it. Hope this helps! Chris
Have it cleaned out and flushed immediately
It will be a PINK color when it should be a pretty RED color. You will have to have the transmission flushed out at a transmission shop and the fluid and filter changed too. Then you need to find out HOW the water got in it in the first place.
The transaxle fluid should be changed every ofter according to the Honda recommended specifications. Honda recommended every 75,000 miles the transmission should be flushed.
Low on transmission fluid if not try having the system flushed they change trans fluid filter flush out all the old and put in new fluid should solve if not low on fluid.