Dexron Transmission Fluid Type II Vs. Type III?

Answer Vehicle transmissions have intricate moving parts that need proper lubrication at all times. Transmission fluid, like Dexron Type II and Type III, exists to keep the transmission in good working or... Read More »

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Substitutes for Dexron III Transmission Fluid?

General Motors (GM) produced the Dexron line of automatic transmission fluids beginning in the 1940s. GM improved upon the original lubricant and upgraded through multiple stages including Dexron I... Read More »

How to Choose the Right Type of Transmission Fluid?

Experts recommend changing transmission fluid and filter every 2 to 3 years or every 24,000 to 36,000 miles. Choosing the wrong type of transmission fluid will cause transmission problems and damage.

What Type of Transmission Fluid Is Used for a Toyota Corolla?

The Toyota Corolla requires Dexron III transmission fluid in automatic transmissions. Corolla manual transmissions, on the other hand, use Hypoid API GL-5 (75W-90) for the 4A-FE engine, and API GL-... Read More »

What type of transmission fluid is used for a 1998 ford windstar?

Ford Windstar vans built on or before Sept. 9, 1997, require regular Mercon automatic transmission fluid. However, the 1998 Ford Windstar requires the Mercon V transmission fluid if it was build af... Read More »