2003 Toyota Highlander Q&A
2003 Toyota Highlander Question: Transmission fluid
Many manufacturers say that transmission fluid never needs to be changed, or only needs to be changed at extremely high mileage. It's cheap insurance to shorten that interval. I recommend working with your service center with the scheduled maintenance in your owner's manual as a baseline. The right interval at which to change the fluid is a function of your car, your driving habits, and even where you live. Mileage is the right guideline, however. The color of the fluid is rarely a good guideline for transmission fluid changes. - matte
Is it safe to follow the guide below for overall maintenance or should I stick to the Toyota maintenance guide in my manual? 5k - Oil Change 5k - Rotate tires 30k - Air Filter 30k - Cabin Filter W...
how much to flush and replace transmission fluid?
I just recently have it service my 2005 Highlander V6 for Oil and transmission fluid change including 50k and multipoint inspection. After 3 weeks, I noticed it from the driveway...
read fluid leaking under engine
As I understand, all i have to really do is drop the pan and replace the gasket and filter. Should there be silicone added to the gasket and are there any major problems i should run into?