Does my Powershift automatic have a wet plate or a dry plate transmission?

I have a 2013 Ford Galaxy Zetec 2.0 TDCi with a Powershift transmission. Would it have wet plate or dry plate transmission?

Asked on 3 June 2019 by T Tinkler

Answered by Honest John
That has a wet clutch six-speed Powershift that needs and absolutely has to have fresh fluid and filter every 3 years or every 38,000 miles whichever comes first otherwise it is likely to fail.
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