Car: 2014 Chrysler 300C (JV limited edition, AWD, 5.7)
Join Date: Apr 2018
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The manual says to do it around 60k but it doesn't hurt to do it a bit sooner, especially for the transfer case. Fluid is cheap.
I had the dealer do mine since it was in there for warranty service. I don't know what the procedure is, but unless you specify that you want to change it all they will do is check and top it off. That doesn't get rid of debris and it doesn't let you (or the mechanic) see how much metal shavings you might have, and whether the amount of crud that comes out looks unusual and indicates a potential problem developing.
Last edited by 1stTimeHemi; 04-15-2019 at 04:20 PM.