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Old 12 Jun 2011, 10:03 pm
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Default About to haver my first transmission flush..

I'm a proud owner of a 2007 Honda Civic coupe--it was my very first car and I've loved it from day one. I have always followed the oil change intervals and checkups, and I haven't had any major problems, just over 32,000 miles on it!

I had an oil change and tire rotation/alignment last week, since it was scheduled at just over 32,300. Now tomorrow I want to have an automatic transmission flush done. Then the following week I'll have the cabin microfilter replaced. am I doing the right thing by paying for my service now, rather than having to buy a whole new transmission from not doing so?
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