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Changing Fluids

Discussion in 'New Owner Questions' started by VIPE, Dec 5, 2018.

  1. VIPE

    VIPE Enthusiast

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    I recently purchased an 04 Viper SRT w/8,600 miles. The tires look really good but I discovered that they are the originals and are being replaced. I've also had the oil changed. My question is, should changing the other fluids be a concern based on the age of the car?
     
  2. Frank Parise

    Frank Parise VCA Venom Member Venom Member

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    Absolutely. If you do not have service records from the previous owner, I would highly recommend changing all fluids including tranny, diff, brakes, clutch, radiator, power steering. You were absolutely right to change the tires as well as engine oil and filter. Take a look at your air filters too.
     
  3. VIPE

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    I will. Thanks for the advice Frank!!
     

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