Is ATF and ATF 4 the same?

Is ATF and ATF 4 the same?

ATF +4 is a synthetic fluid for finely-tuned transmissions, so if you use a non-synthetic ATF instead of ATF +4 in a car or truck that calls for it, you could damage the transmission. You may use ATF +4 in most applications that call for older Dexron and Mercon fluids.

What fluid is compatible with ATF 4?

It is fully compatible with all transmissions that require Mopar ATF +®, Mopar ATF+2™ and Mopar ATF+3™. Valvoline ATF + 4 is for use in all applications specifying Mopar ATF+4 or Type MS-9602 fluid.

Is ATF Plus 4 transmission fluid synthetic?

Valvoline ATF+4® is a high-quality synthetic transmission fluid specifically engineered to protect and prolong the life of Chrysler automatic transmissions.

How much is a quart of ATF 4?

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Is ATF 4 the same as dexron 4?

ATF+4 has specific additives designed for specific Chrysler transmissions. The additives and the make up of the fluid keeps the transmission working properly. If you put the wrong fluid in at best it won’t shift right, at worst it will ruin the transmission. Dexron is the same thing only for Chevy vehicles.

How long does ATF +4 last?

If fluid temperatures can be held to 175 degrees F., ATF will last almost indefinitely — say up to 100,000 miles. But if the fluid temperature goes much higher, the life of the fluid begins to plummet.

What is the best type of transmission fluid?

Royal Purple is the best transmission fluid if you are looking for a fluid that is pretty much compatible with any car model. It is a synthetic automatic transmission fluid that has a low coefficient of friction, a high film strength, and is more stable from oxidation.

What type of automatic transmission fluid?

Automatic transmissions use a special type of oil, called Automatic Transmission Fluid, or ATF. This fluid has a number of duties in the transmission, including lubrication, cooling and clutch application. ATF even provides the connection between the engine and transmission, through a hydraulic coupling called a torque converter.

Is All ATF+4 full synthetic?

Is all ATF 4 full synthetic? ATF +4 is specified to be a fully synthetic fluid, so this is all you need. Your chances of finding a superior product are slim to none. If you want to do a fluid overhaul on your Chrysler ATF +4 spec’d vehicle, this is good stuff.

What is automatic transmission fluid?

Transmission fluid is used in an automatic transmission as a lubricant to provide the transmission with a way to shed excessive heat, and to act as a transmitter of power by using hydraulic pressure to move valves and apply band and clutches.

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