A reviewer wrote in that this car has a
transmission without a filter. It makes
common sense that, to keep the selnoid
valves from gumming up with dirty
transmission oil, an easy and
inexpensive way to keep that
transmission in peak working order
BEFORE it crashes is to change the
oil.....a little PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
will go a long way to keeping this car
on the road and out of the shop. One
guy wrote that he bought the car at
113,000 miles on it and 2,000 miles
later, the transmission went out.
Now...ask yourself...do you think the
previous owner changed the transmission
oil frequently? (every 35,000 miles)
exterior design looks like new cars
today. Quiet smooth ride.
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