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I know the reasons behind using 10W30, but if it were me I'd flush with 10W30, drive for a week, and change out to Redline or Honda synthetic MTL. And then change the fluid again (one of the synthetics again) after a reasonable period -- say three weeks. Then you should be good to go for many miles. Living in a cold climate, the synthetic really makes cold (and hot) shifting a breeze and I have to think the stuff has got to prolong the life of the tranny. Maybe if I lived in Florida, I'd use 10W30 and change more often.
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