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What type of transmission fluid did my 2003 solara come with

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Hello Rudeman88,

In the 4 cylinder, It Should be Toyota Type T, T-II ot T-IV, which translates pretty much to Valvoline's "Maxlife ATF" or another brand's equivalent.

The V6 should be Dexron III

If in doubt, consult your owner's manual. Also, a reputable dealer should be able to tell you at no charge on a VIN lookup

Best of Luck!.


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