Go ahead and use it, should be fine. ATF is not like brake fluid and it's not used in a sealed system. ATF more closely resembles engine oil and is not so susceptible to absorbing moisture.
3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 12/10/2011
Pretty much nothing that other ATF don't do. It was mostly made for transmissions...
2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 16/11/2009
It depends on the synthetic ATF, some are compatible and some aren't. Read the spec sheet or the bottle of the synthetic stuff to see if it's recommended as a Dexron-II compatible fluid.
3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 08/05/2010
make and model would help. but some t-case's take ATF some take a synthetic trans fluid or motor oil. owners manual will tell...
1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 04/11/2012
some trans need atf for the close tolerances,10w40 might be too thick for the bearing and synchronization set up.
4 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 30/05/2011