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Genuine Toyota Lexus Automatic Transmission Fluid WS ATF World Standard $5.86 per qt.

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Please also check the type of ATF recommended for your car/toyota/lexus, may change over the years and models

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"Genuine" ooh, aah.
$6/qt for non synthetic ATF? Yeah, you can keep it.
This is a synthetic oil. And cost ranges from$9.50 to $12.00 at the dealer. I also don't recommend using aftermarket trannie oils for your Toyota Lexus Honda and Acura.
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Has anyone used an aftermarket ATF in their Toyota long term? Just curious.
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"Genuine" ooh, aah.
$6/qt for non synthetic ATF? Yeah, you can keep it.
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Has anyone used an aftermarket ATF in their Toyota long term? Just curious.
Yes once - biggest mistake ever made.

Long Term? no - only drove 3K miles before I changed it.

Way too rough and became real dirty even after just 3K miles. Went back to genuine ATF. Change it every two years/20K.
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Do people change ATF even on "sealed" transmissions?
Lexus claims their ATF is lifetime and doesn't need changing.
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Excellent fluid. Thank you
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Genuine, as in purchased from some ATF "manufacturer" such as Shell, Exxon, Quaker State and re-branded. If a different brand meets Toyota/Lexus specifications - probably Dextron IV fluid - then you can safely buy it.
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BTW sphere2040 if fluid got "dirty" after 3,000 miles that was due to it's detergents working, not because it was breaking down - unless of course you did manage to overheat the transmission oil.

>> Do people change ATF even on "sealed" transmissions? Lexus claims their ATF is lifetime and doesn't need changing.
It is lifetime fluid, you see, if you don't change the fluid, your transmission's lifetime will be severely limited.
Ask me how I know - have owned some 1990's BMWs that also supposedly had "lifetime" fluid - what you see here is consensus opinions of hundreds of owners of these cars - via endless discussions on BMW sites.
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Do people change ATF even on "sealed" transmissions?
Lexus claims their ATF is lifetime and doesn't need changing.
HAH! ...I change mine every 40k, just drain and fill, and NOT flush. If car old or over 75k and never been ATF change b4, do it at your own risk. Check out lexusforum...com..blog
Please also check the type of ATF recommended for your car/toyota/lexus, may change over the years and models
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I'd get the Valvoline Max Life Full Syn fluid instead of the Toy WS.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Valvol...n/15125768

Really smoothed out the engagement/shifting in my Sequoia.

$5.86 is a good price for the WS though.
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They say lifetime fluid because they make more money on repairs
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Do people change ATF even on "sealed" transmissions?
Lexus claims their ATF is lifetime and doesn't need changing.
so what is a lifetime for the ATF in the eyes of Lexus? keep in mind these are the people whose sole business model revolves around you buying a new car at some point from them, so the "life" of the fluid will be something that fits their business model
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Has anyone used an aftermarket ATF in their Toyota long term? Just curious.
I've used the synthetic Valvoline MaxLife ATF exclusively when replacing Toyota/Lexus T IV and WS ATF since 2007. Smoother shifting. No transmission anomaly to report. Make sure you have the correct fluid level at the recommended fluid temperature. A gallon jug costs $18 at Walmart. Free 2-day shipping if you buy two gallons.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Valvol...n/15125768
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