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      05-19-2011, 10:41 AM   #23
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what page in the manual? mine says lifetime.............
My 2007 Service and Warranty Information Booklet (page 6) - included with my OM - states:
"AutomaticTransmission
Maintenance work
• Replace ATF at intervals of 100,000 miles"

Here is a copy of BMW Operating Fluids Group 24 Automatic Transmission Technical Service:
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325i, 328i, 330i, 335i, All
Page 5 of 7
The transmission fluid has a Condition Based Service interval of approximately 100,000 miles; please refer to S.I. B00 07 02 for further information. Never mix any other oil with this transmission fluid when doing repairs or topping up.
Shell M-1375.4, BMW Part No. 83 22 0 142 516.
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      05-20-2011, 08:40 AM   #24
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I was forced to change my fluid because of a leaky tranny sleeve at 52k miles. I did the work my self. I went to the the following website: thectsc.com bought there tranny oil change kit (includes 6 quarts, new plug, and pan/filter),a new sleeve, plus an extra 2 quarts of tranny fluid for about $350. Once I refilled the tranny with fluid the 6 quarts I took the car to a shop to finish the topoff because of the whole temperature thing with the fluid. Now the car runs great and it saved me about $600 if I would have taken it to the stealership.
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