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Have 1999 lincoln continental what brand transmission oil does it use and can i substitute any preston brand second question what brand power steering fluid do i need or is any good enough

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  • jjrockland Dec 14, 2009

    but my steering fluid level is FULL and yet when I steer the steering makes a noise AS IF the fkuid level would be LOW, what do I do

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You can use tranny fluid in the power steering unit. Ford has issued a statement that says to use MERCON V in the powersteering. The tranny uses atf 3.
As long as you dont switch types of fluid you can use any brand.

Posted on Dec 11, 2009

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