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Greeno
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7/14/2002
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Subject: Transfer Case fluid...ATF or what?
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First truck here and wasn't sure what goes in the transfer case....regular mopar ATF+4 or something else. Enlighten me, guys. Thanks.



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7/14/2002
21:00:38

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Greeno,
This is ONE of the best strings on this forum:

http://www.dodgedakota.net/boards/gen/6432-1.html

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7/15/2002
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Greeno,

Here is another good string on the forum.

http://www.dodgedakota.net/boards/gen/6382-1.html

Steven Roark

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7/15/2002
09:07:28

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ATF+4 or any fluid that meets ALL those specs. 1-1/2 quarts. Good luck.

2002 QC 4x4 Sport Plus, 4.7L, auto, Patriot Blue, Tire & Handling group,
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3.55 rear, 4-wheel anti-lock brakes, all possible fluids are AMSOIL

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7/15/2002
10:23:41

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I changed my tranny filter and fluid lastnight, Im using Max life valvolin ATF, beacuse I have like 62k on it. Anyone ever used this stuff before?

Jesse T.



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7/25/2002
09:52:16

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AMSOIL Synthetic ATF provides outstanding high and low temperature performance and oxidation stability. AMSOIL Synthetic ATF also improves fuel efficiency, reduces transmission temperatures and increases equipment life. The service life of the universal AMSOIL Synthetic ATF is up to five times the service life of conventional ATFs.

Since 1999, due to the special requirements of their automatic transmissions, Chrysler has recommended a unique ATF+4 formulation. In addition, Chrysler has been recommending ATF+4 for all previous makes and models of Chrysler Corporation vehicles. The new AMSOIL Synthetic ATF exceeds the performance specifications for Chrysler ATF+, +2, +3, and +4 as well as MS-7176 A, B, C, D, & E; MS-9602 A, B, & C. as well as Ford Mercon or General Motors Dexron III applications. AMSOIL Synthetic ATF is available in quarts, quart cases, twin packs, 30-gallon and 55-gallon drums.

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7/25/2002
19:13:12

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Chrysler recomends against any fluid that has extra seal swelling agents in it. I would not put it in my vechile. This stuff probably has more seal swelling ingredient, more anti-wear, and more anti-friction agents in it. I do not like to comprimise any lubricant with unnessary additives. I do not know what year your vechile is but I would either use ATF+4 in it or a Synthetic ATF that meets ATF+4 requirment.



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7/25/2002
21:57:25

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P.S. My Dak took 1.2 quarts of Amsoil ATF in the Transfer case.



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3/12/2017
23:51:56

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Would the fluid in the transfercase be the same in
and with a standard transmission on as an auto



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