Question about 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt
Transmission should have been service at 45,000 miles then every 60,000 miles after that. This will ensure a long lasting transmission, if you like you can also have your boost valve replaced too. The boost valve regulates the transmission fluid pressure to ensure there is no clutch slipping through out the shift points, which promotes longer life. Transmission shop's know this, so this is one of the things they do not recommend to do as for the transmission will out last the engine. I have over 385,000 miles on my transmission and replace the boost valve every second transmission service, the cost of the new valve is around $45.00 which is worth the life of the transmission. Good luck
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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