for transmission, It takes ATF fluid like 75W-90 or 75W-85W. For brake and clutch, Dot 3 or DOT 4.
6 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 20/05/2009
as long as it bears the new process tag by the check plug or it has 30mm check plugs, that box holds atf. 80 90 is way too thick for that one.
7 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 21/09/2008
...the Dex III is an upgrade version of the Dex II. ATF Is generally used for chrysler trannies and for performance ...
4 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 06/06/2008
Well, if it is really overfilled (IE a quart) then the only proper way is to drain it via the transmission pan removal method. suggest doing it cold and if posible on an incline, nose down as you can drain some off without having to pull the whole pan down. Saying that, the dodge...
3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 02/06/2008
...eventually normal wear and tear will result in failure, #5 Draining & refilling ATF Fluid every 25,000 to 30,000 miles. When I recently...
3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 08/04/2008
No, even if you got a Carfax report (using the VIN) it wouldn't tell you what maintenance has been done on the car. It only tells you if there's been any accidents (reported), when the car was...
3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 02/03/2008
Consult your owner's manual, being a GM it's likely Dextron ATF. »»»
2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 16/02/2008
look on dipstick it will tell u...atf is similar... jump on phone to dealer...they are happy to answer dumb questions...ask how i know..lol
5 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 09/05/2008