but a recent auto article I read said that mechanics can tell if fluids have to be replaced by touching them and seeing how they look and feelAnd smell. Yup, it is true. Old fluid doesn't feel as "slippery" as it has tiny bits in it, it will smell "old" or burned (it won't smell clean/sweet/oily depending on the fluid) and the color will immediately show its age.
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