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This is a discussion on when to? within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; at what or how many miles do i replace clutch fluid ,gear fluid ,break fluid ,coolant ,transmission oil etc ,also ...

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    at what or how many miles do i replace clutch fluid ,gear fluid ,break fluid ,coolant ,transmission oil etc ,also any other i forgot to mention and with what type and brand do you recomend

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    You and I are in different regions so I don't know what your manual recommends, but do follow your manual closely.

    In the main US market the 30,000 mile service involves fluid replacements. Your manual may vary; ckeck.

    Use a brake fluid that meets or exceeds the spec in your manual and that's not hygroscopic (I'm guessing at your use and climate).

    There's a long thread on gear oils, have a look. I'd say again to stick with the specs by the maker at least.
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