Q: What kind of tranny fluid do I need?

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What tranny fluid does my car need?

My car has 135500 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

I would suggest consulting your owner’s manual to be sure, however you should be able to use Dexron VI. If you need additional help with this, please contact YourMechanic to schedule an appointment to have one of our experts come to your location to perform a transmission fluid service on your vehicle.

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