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WHAT TRANSMISSION FLUID TO USE? FOR AUTOMATICS

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Use dexron III mercon in that unit. I generally add lucas trans sealer and conditioner as well, because even when changing the fluid, you only are able to remove less than half of the actual amount that's in there.

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