Hey Scotty, Just watched you Corolla CVT transmission video, kinda getting me worried. I have a 2015 Corolla with that CVT transmission (wanted a manual but they didnt have one when I went to get this one), I have about 6 more months to pay on it and as of right now I have 346,000miles on this car with everything original but need one of the CV axles replaced. What you think should I keep it or sell it after it paid for?
Oh yeah side note probably need to change the fuel filler this year
I have to sell my hoopty(however you spell it) 97 civic and then fixing this Corolla. I change the transmission oil, coolant, sparks, v belt, brakes, and tires every year(about 100,000 a year). She keeps running and try to do the oil change every 10,000miles but like right now I sometimes go over that. I use Castrol full synthetic with duralube, but the transmission and coolant and brakes and sparks and v belt all from Toyota. Last year I kinda messed up on the transmission oil(had a blonde moment)I drained the old transmission fluid and then put in the little red thing to tell you the level and then put the bolt on and then started to fill it. Put a whole gallon in it instead of the 3 liters it calls for and was wondering why it never got full, like the fluid didnt come out the filling plug. On the rear diff you do that not on the transmission, but anyhow I'm still driving with it over filled have been for the last 100,000. Need to do the fluid change for this year just haven't got around to it yet. But yeah hopefully she keeps running even with my mess up. I dont get the best mpg because of my sound system and I insulated the whole car roof, from fire wall all the way back to the spare tire and built an amp rack so a little heavy that peopl think I have my bright on when it's just the ass sitting but still she keeps running.
Wow! So... I guess we can easily assume that Corollas' CVTs are dependable.
yes fix it and keep it
Wow that's alot of miles for a 2015 year. Just change the CV axles.