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Post #169299982 added 02-16-2024 7:37 AM by rijones in Deal Talk
Good stuff! About $5-8 less than what you can normally buy it for. Just starting using this in my 4Runner vs. the Toyota ATF that costs $60+ for 4 quarts.
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Post #169297414 added 02-16-2024 4:16 AM by Marlin1975 in Deal Talk
It can but I do not recommend it. Its the wrong color so if you needed warranty work they may deny based on color. Instead use the Valvoline CVT fluid that is similar color to the OE fluid and...
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Post #169292455 added 02-15-2024 6:07 PM by madmax718 in Deal Talk
Interesting, this works on Subaru cvt??
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Post #169291315 added 02-15-2024 4:45 PM by electropower in Deal Talk
I use MaxLife ATF in my 05 Honda Odyssey with good results. Tried it in my 14 CR-V and shifting was rough. I stick with OEM ATF for the CR-V now.
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Post #169278535 added 02-15-2024 4:58 AM by Marlin1975 in Deal Talk
What mercron are you speaking about? If its the older mercon, or even mercon V, then I would use the Castrol HM green bottle ATF. Its a high viscosity fluid like the older mercons....
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Post #169274194 added 02-14-2024 6:40 PM by turboc20 in Deal Talk
Yeah I know. That means it's meant for these transmissions. What I was asking is whether this fluid can be mixed with factory Mercon fluid that comes with the car from factory and work together....
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Post #169273861 added 02-14-2024 6:16 PM by Catfish500 in Deal Talk
True. I was able to pick up two quarts at my local tractor Supply for the 99 cents back several weeks. They only had two left where I would have purchased more.
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Post #169273159 added 02-14-2024 5:24 PM by jv22 in Deal Talk
It reads "Mercon" right on the front of the jug
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Post #169267144 added 02-14-2024 10:46 AM by budster in Deal Talk
Thanks for the info and tips. Was originally going to get the Valvoline in this thread, but I'm glad you steered me to a better alternative for my older car. Maybe this helps someone else going thru...
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Post #169263142 added 02-14-2024 7:11 AM by jfaxman in Deal Talk
A solid ATF at an excellent price. I've used it on all my Honda for years. Works great in my experience.
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Post #169261201 added 02-14-2024 4:52 AM by Marlin1975 in Deal Talk
This is transmission fluid, not motor oil. For motor oil use any good 5w30 syn oil. Kirkland oil is onsale at costco right now. For transmission fluid you want to use CVT fluid. Valvoline has one...
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Post #169261171 added 02-14-2024 4:48 AM by Marlin1975 in Deal Talk
Yea use the green HM Castrol as you have the older 4speed. And only need to open the drain plug from the pan, don't open the rear one in that video as it can cause issues/leaks unless you have done...
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Post #169259203 added 02-13-2024 9:25 PM by Luckyinhyd in Deal Talk
Is this good for a 2011 Nissan Maxima.(recently brought) I guess 5W30 is OEM recommended. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Post #169256446 added 02-13-2024 5:44 PM by budster in Deal Talk
Thanks, yeah, I realize now there is a separate dipstick for checking the transmission fluid, but the owner's manual doesn't point this out in their Engine compartment overview or anywhere else in...
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Post #169255735 added 02-13-2024 4:56 PM by Marlin1975 in Deal Talk
You add the fluid through the dipstick hole. So drain fluid from pan(drain plug) and then add 3quarts in the dipstick hole. After that start the car and go through all the gears (p-r-n-d-n-r-p)....
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Post #169255345 added 02-13-2024 4:28 PM by budster in Deal Talk
I was looking at an old Toyota Camry that I have, and I don't see how to fill new transmission fluid in it. It's not the same as power steering fluid (which I see a reservoir for under the hood),...
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Post #169250107 added 02-13-2024 10:52 AM by Marlin1975 in Deal Talk
No: many are semi and older ones (Dex3 for example) are conventional. Similar to motor oil. Most cars today will call for either a semi-syn or full syn. Full syn, like this one, will work in both.
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Post #169249900 added 02-13-2024 10:41 AM by Jacads in Deal Talk
Aren’t all transmission fluids synthetic?
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Post #169249396 added 02-13-2024 10:17 AM by Marlin1975 in Deal Talk
Yea thats called "lifetime" fluid. But how long that life is up to you. If you change the fluid it last much longer. If not then much shorter. Some companies did that for a while as it...
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Post #169247518 added 02-13-2024 8:29 AM by motulal in Deal Talk
Well by the time the transmission fails the vehicle will be well outside of the warranty period. If you plan on keeping the vehicle for 10+ years, replace the fluid every 50K miles.
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