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Old 06-25-2017, 04:19 AM   #1
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Transmission fluid

Hello everyone I need some help with identifying the condition of my fluid.
When I was checking it from my dipstick it was rusty in color and I was pretty happy about it because I would have changed all of it but just to make sure I decided to drain a bit to see it better when it's more than just a drop and now I have doubts.
It has chocolate like color and has small particles at the bottom the same way when you get a coffee from a machine on the street and the filter can't get all of it so it ends up at the bottom of your cup. I think those particles are the things that end up in the oil if its burned and you are not suppose to change all of it because gears will slip. Please tell me if it's burned here are the images click.
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