kerryman71· Premium Member
Yeah, you guys jumped on him pretty hard. Think his post was a little misunderstood. MAYBE he should have been clearer that in his opinion regular flushes are not the issue, rather flushing once a problem has occured.
To be honest, I think a lot has to do with the person doing the flush. Hell, I remember seeing some Jiffy lube expose where they were selling flushes and not even doing them. Just taking the money.
I don't know much about that kind of stuff. To me, logic dictates that the fluid must break down at some point, but I would have thought a change was enough, rather than a flush. Or does it just not work like that?
Not to go too far off topic here, but a change as in just pulling the plug and refilling
will only remove about 1/4 of the fluid. Some people who don't do flushes will change
their fluid several times a year going on the premise that they will have pretty much
replaced the old fluid over the course of several months without doing a flush.