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When should you change audi trans fluid/filter?

It's an 02 a4 1.8t quatrro auto tiptronic noticed it is slower to upshift slightly MB SD Connect C4 on hills, car is almost at 88k, I know the trans fluid is sealed underneath so Audi dealer would probaly be only one to do it, so do you think changing the trans fluid will resolve shifting better?
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It depends on how you use your car, but it is advisable to change in every 10000 mileage
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