Am I good with just a drain & fill for the tranny? If so, how many qts.?I'd have your front end checked for alignment and check your brake pads. Also, look into getting your brake rotors lathed smooth if they need it...they usually do at 30k. And I'd be checking tire wear unless you do that regularly. You may want to look into diff fluid. Although nowadays you shouldn't need to change diff fluid unless you're having problems... but you could always have it checked at a local shop you trust. Same thing with tranny fluid.
I'm assuming you're checking your fluid levels on a regular basis and nothing is low (brake, steering, antifreeze, etc.) You might consider a flush of anything you don't feel comfortable about. Remember you can never go wrong with flushing a fluid that doesn't need it, but you can easilly overlook something that does need changing. The only thing changing fluid hurts is your wallet (if done correctly, of course).
Yeah, usually a drain and fill every 10k is what I do. But I also change my oil every 3k. As far as amount of fluid, use the search function. I recall a thread posting all fluids and their appropriate amounts somewhere. Or just pick up a Haynes service repair manual.Am I good with just a drain & fill for the tranny? If so, how many qts.?
Should I be flushing brake fluid at 30K, as well?