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Flushing is essential the only way to properly change it. The trans has roughly 7-8L in it (I can't remember exactly numbers). When you drain it, only about 4L come out. So you would have 4L of Amsoil and 3-4L of old fluid in the trans. Drain it again after running it, then fill it and you'll have around 6L Amsoil and 1-2L old fluid (theoretical). Flushing would exchange the old fluid with the new Amsoil. Leaving none of the oil fluid behind.

It would more come down to whether or not you trust a shop to properly flush the trans. If you don't then I would buy extra fluid and do multiple drain and fills.

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