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Is it ok to use SuperTech ATF 4 transmission fluid in my 2002 toyota corolla?

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If your car calls for ATF 4 transmission fluid, then yes. Check your owners manual for the correct fluid.

If you don't have a copy of your owners manual, you can register for free at the Toyota owners site and get a copy: http://www.toyotaownersonline.com/Owners/reg.do

Posted on Jul 23, 2008

  • Tyler Jul 23, 2008

    Just to clarify a bit more, it is always best to use the oil listed in the manual unless you know it meets or exceeds the manufacturer's specifications.

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42RE transmission.
thats water under the bridge now.
sure wrong ATF is wrong, what is the point there/?
the correct fuild is clearly stated in the oper guide and fsm.
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MoparT ATF +4, Automatic Transmission Fluid is the recommended fluid for DaimlerChrysler automatic transmissions.
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when you buy AFT, it says on rear,
ATF +4
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mixing brands can be an issue, that is risky
best is full flush, with one brand, nothing is better,
here is one random example of those words.
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