One data point vs the millions collected by Ford.I posted an oil analysis which shows fuel dilution and a degradation of viscosity and flash point, what more do you want? This is not anecdotal, this is FACTUAL.
I didn't address it because its not germane to the discussion. But if you insist: I'm not sure where you got your information about the transmission fluid. My owner's manual (pg 279) contains the following:Of course you didn't address the "lifetime" transmission fluid either, that would implode your "argument".
Note the part I highlighted. Every Ford dealer in my area offers transmission drain and/or flush services. I bet yours does too.AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID CHECK
The automatic transmission does not have a transmission fluid dipstick.
Have an authorized dealer check and change the transmission fluid at the correct service interval. See Scheduled Maintenance. Your transmission does not consume fluid. However, if the transmission slips, shifts slowly or if you notice a sign of leaking fluid, contact an authorized dealer.
Do not use supplemental transmission fluid additives, treatments or cleaning agents. The use of these materials may affect transmission operation and result in damage to internal transmission components.
Again, what does this have to do with engine oil service intervals?