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What type of transmission fluid do i need for my 2006 dodge dakota v8 4x4 quad cab?

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Almost all atf fluid goes in any transmission. If you look on the bottle it will tell you that in goes in all the vehicles listed, There are a few vehicles out ther that take special fluid, yours is not one of them.
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