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2001 passat transmission fluid

Anyone out there used valvoline mercon v as a substitute for oem transmission fluid, and how it works.

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    are there any major differences between valvoline's mercon v atf and castrol's mercon v atf?

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Valvoline Mercon V ATF is a premium synthetic blend designed to provide better performance over conventional ATF fluids
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