Thread: Fluid Changes?
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Old 01-24-2021
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Originally Posted by Specracer View Post
Id focus on anti freeze (the rust inhibitors in the glycol, loose their effectiveness over time), and brake fluid (hygroscopic). I personally would not change the dif, or trans fluid, for a ~15 year old car with 25k miles.



With that said, fluid changes NEVER hurt anything but the wallet.
That's good, but wondering about the notchy trans.

My 2003 GT with a Tremec T5 was notchy and only when they swapped it out for a new one about 2 years later did the notchyness go away.

Would hate to have the same problem with the TR3650, unless it's truly normal but wonder if a fluid change would help with Royal Purple or something else.

As stated, trying to be a little easy on the wallet.
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