transmission on 2001 Ford Explorer

got almost 170k on my transmission have not had anything done to it and i have had it 3 years now what should i expect might go wrong in the next few thousand miles if anything i bought it having 132k

by in Topeka, KS on April 27, 2011
1 answer
ANSWER by on April 27, 2011
If the transmission was properly maintained by the previous owner (regular fluid/filter changes), and you plan on continuing that maintenance plan, you should have many more reliable miles to go. If you have no clue if the previous owner did anything to it, and you yourself have neglected to do any maintenance regarding the transmission, failure is on the horizon. To prevent catastrophic failure, have your service provider do a fluid inspection/test drive to check for pending problems.
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