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How many miles / years on yours?

Brake fluid absorbs moisture and should be replaced every 3 years or so. It's not a difficult job, and you'll like the results of protecting the system.

P/S fluid is also cheap, and a change won't hurt anything. You can remove the lines from the R&P and gravity drain at that time, while doing a hot oil change.

How many have NEVER changed the rear diff fluid? Or the tranny fluid because it didn't call for it in the service manual.
Ditto on the coolant!, belt, hoses and timing gear chain tension-er.

Love your car, and it will love you back!
 

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I've changed tranny fluid on 2 cars only to have the trannys go down within 2 months. So I no longer change the fluid. One car I even changed the filter and was like WTF? when it went out.
 

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Good reminders Hal

Brakes - I did a full change with Wilwood DOT4 when I installed the Wilwood brakes.
Power steering & transmission - when I installed my Dominator torque converter and stage II valve body.
Coolant - When I installed my first cam and heads 2 years ago. (5 years)
Differential - New Getrag LSD 6000 miles ago.
Serpentine belt, hoses, complete timing set & oil pump - 6000 miles ago (new cam install)
 
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