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Transmission fluid what type can i use for 1995 mercury cougar v8 4.8/ i bought dexron III

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If your cougar is an automatic or manual transmission the chilton manual says that automatic transmission fluid (ATF) is used.

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If your car is a automatic just look for automatic transmission fluid it should say on the guart

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