- DC08tC wrote:
- Ryzzo he's not talking about tranny fluid he's talking about steering fluid
To the O.P. LOOK IN THE MANUAL THATS IN THE GLOVEBOX
Dexron III ATF is what is in our cars from the factory. I know its Automatic Transmission Fluid, but its what tC's use.
To the OP: Dexron III is a standard that the fluid must meet not a brand name. Its like using DOT 4 brake fluid. Any brand shopuld be fine provided it is Dexron III compliant. It will say that on the label.
- Wiki wrote:
- DEXRON is a specification of petroleum oil used in hydraulics, power steering and as automatic transmission fluid (ATF) for automatic and powershift Hydra-Matic transmissions in automobiles. It was developed by General Motors, which licenses the brand to vendors of ATF provided their product meets the specification. In North America DEXRON products are commonly sold at service stations and auto parts stores in quart and gallon sizes.