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01-14-2020, 01:41 PM

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Transmission fluid expire වෙන්නේ නෑ. Heat එකට break down වෙන්නෙ ඉතින් 11000km ඇත්ත mileage එක නම් CVTF මාරු කරන එක බොරු වැඩක්.
You mad?They do break down same like engine oil after sometime.40000km or 2 years.which ever comes first.
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You mad?They do break down same like engine oil after sometime.40000km or 2 years.which ever comes first.
Nope, refer to a workshop manual or a maintenance schedule published by a vehicle manufacturer

Unlike engine oils transmission fluid doesnt contain additives which break down over time - in fact, the shelf life of transmission fluid is some 3000+ years
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01-14-2020, 02:04 PM

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Nope, refer to a workshop manual or a maintenance schedule published by a vehicle manufacturer

Unlike engine oils transmission fluid doesnt contain additives which break down over time - in fact, the shelf life of transmission fluid is some 3000+ years
That is for japan.which never intented to export to sl or to use the vehicle more than 3 years.That is what they say lifetime oil.They consider lifetime of the car to 3 years.Refer to the extreme condition pages in manual.They say to check and replace.You must not keep any oil in car more than 2 years in sri lankan conditions.includin break oil,power steering oil etc.

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01-14-2020, 02:05 PM

Take it to Toyota Lanka and get a service done. Just dont tell them anything.
Only they have the OBD device which checks for any faults. Also it will cost around 20k.
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01-14-2020, 02:07 PM

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That is for japan.which never intented to export to sl.Refer to the extreme condition pages in manual.They say to check and replace.You must not keep any oil in car more than 2 years in sri lankan conditions.includin break oil,power steering oil etc.
Even in the severe maintenance schedule guide it's mentioned that replacing transmission fluid should be done by mileage (40k) and time should be disregarded

Edit: What you say is true for Engine oil (6mo-1yr), coolant (5yr) and brake fluid (2-3yrs), it isn't applicable for transmission fluid

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Even in the severe maintenance schedule guide it's mentioned that replacing transmission fluid should be done by mileage (40k) and time should be disregarded

Edit: What you say is true for Engine oil, coolant and brake fluid, it isn't applicable for transmission fluid
why it's some magic fluid?It will break down.You can see the performance change immediately after a cvt oil change if you haven't done for years.Not time is disregarded time is irrelevant in extreme conditions.You should check and replace
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why it's some magic fluid?It will break down.You can see the performance change immediately after a cvt oil change if you haven't done for years.Not time is disregarded time is irrelevant in extreme conditions.You should check and replace
Not magic, it's just how it is. The only way transmission fluid breaks down is heat; that's why they advice you to avoid keeping the car stationary while the vehicle is in gear (D) for a prolonged time. So time doesn't have an effect on transmission fluid as long as the transmission is operating under desired temperatures. However, if you're pushing the transmission fluid to its limits (=severe conditions), you should replace it within 40k kms.

You're just wasting money by replacing transmission fluid in a timely basis.
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time is irrelevant in extreme conditions
Not really, no. Take engine oil for example. If you're doing frequent short trips without letting the engine reach working temperature engine oil will break down much quicker regardless of the mileage; hence the 6 month oil change interval
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01-14-2020, 02:28 PM

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Not magic, it's just how it is. The only way transmission fluid breaks down is heat; that's why they advice you to avoid keeping the car stationary while the vehicle is in gear (D) for a prolonged time. So time doesn't have an effect on transmission fluid as long as the transmission is operating under desired temperatures. However, if you're pushing the transmission fluid to its limits (=severe conditions), you should replace it within 40k kms.

You're just wasting money by replacing transmission fluid in a timely basis.
You are saying the same thing.Sri lanka is severe condition and go traffic is the worst thing for heat related issues.Sri lanka is not a desired climate with high humidity.You are making statements for japan roads.Even if you don't drive at all it should be replaced.More importanlty if you make short trips it becomes worse in the case of op doing 11000km just short trips.
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Not really, no. Take engine oil for example. If you're doing frequent short trips without letting the engine reach working temperature engine oil will break down much quicker regardless of the mileage; hence the 6 month oil change interval
so what about the transmission oil.it's the same.few kms doesn't mean oil is new
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