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Im trying to find out what type of transmission fluid and antifreeze to use for a 1999 daewoo lagonda

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Standard ATF dextron tranny oil is ok and any brand or colour of antifreeze as at the end of the day forget the salesman glib talk its all eythelene glycol which is colourless in its natural state .What i do is to buy pure antifreeze and not diluted and add this at teh rate of two litres for a standard engine like this unless your in alaska then i would only use pure undiluted antifreeze

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