Is there any differences between all the brands of tranny fluid which would make one better than the other?
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Rumor is that Valvoline produces Mopar brand. I used some of the Valvoline ATF recently after a torque converter swap without any problems.
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Right now Im using Castrol synthetic ATF4 with zero issues.
In order for any brand of fluid to say ATF+4 it has been tested by Chrysler to meet their standards for the fluid.
So you'll be fine with any ATF+4
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Transmission fluid type on RT
Last edited by Token; 11-22-2009 at 07:34 PM.
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Okay, sounds good. I was just thinking about it since synthetic oil has Royal Purple who people swear by and wondered if there was a company out there that has done some fancy chemical engineering to produce a better tranny fluid.