I have seen shops charge anywhere from $59 - $99 to perform this
service. Most shops just remove the pan, drain, replace the filter,
and refill. There are some shops that can flush the entire
transmission. I have never had this done, so I don't know much about
Sometimes, my dealer has offered coupons where they will perform this
service for the same price as independents. Just make sure that
whoever does it, puts in the correct fluid, which is ATF+4. It is now
available from other manufacturers. The last time I checked, the
Chrysler branded ATF+4 could be purchased at Walmart.
I believe the el-cheap supertec brand that is marked ATF+4 is the proper
fluid. Chrysler is *very* protective of their markings and they have
licensed out other brands to sell ATF+4. Because only one supplier
(maybe two?) can make the secret sauce inside ATF+4, it is likely the
same stuff no matter what the label.
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