Last post on Apr 30, 2010 at 7:14 PM
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Chrysler Town and Country, Chrysler TC, Chrysler PT Cruiser, Transmission, Van
#2 of 4 Re: Transmission Fluid with Additive [chrysler96tc]
Apr 30, 2010 (2:35 pm)
I cannot say for sure, but I would certainly not put such a concoction in my vehicle. I would use the ATF +4 or a similar fluid rated for such applications. Given this transmission's tender disposition, my preference is to not give it a reason to fail.
#3 of 4 Re: Transmission Fluid with Additive [xwesx]
Apr 30, 2010 (3:07 pm)
Does anyone know the answer for sure. Who would know ?
#4 of 4 Re: Transmission Fluid with Additive [chrysler96tc]
Apr 30, 2010 (7:14 pm)
Welcome to the Chrysler ATF+4® Information Center!
CHRYSLER LLC ATF+4® AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID LICENSING PROGRAM
This website provides information about Chrysler LLC's trademarked ATF+4® automatic transmission fluid and its affiliated licensing program. The Center for Quality Assurance is the administrator of the Chrysler LLC ATF+4® Licensing Program.
What Consumers Need to Know About ATF+4®
In response to marketplace demands and evolving vehicle technology, Chrysler LLC established a licensing program for its advanced synthetic Automatic Transmission Fluid, ATF+4® in 2005. This program allows ATF+4 to be made available at retail outlets and through independent repair facilities for Chrysler®, Jeep® and Dodge® vehicle automatic transmissions.
ATF+4 is a high performance, synthetic fluid which provides significant reduction in component wear, superior temperature performance, consistent shift quality, and exceptional friction modifying properties for automatic transmissions in Chrysler®, Jeep® and Dodge® vehicles. The durability of ATF+4® has been successfully proven through more than one million miles of testing in severe environments and an intensive validation process.
"Licensing our ATF+4 product allows the millions of Chrysler®, Jeep® and Dodge® owners with vehicles on the road to receive transmission fluid that is designed exactly for their vehicle," said Dennis Florkowski, Chrysler LLC Senior Specialist/Supervisor. "Using ATF+4 ensures a longer transmission life with regular servicing as described in the vehicle owner's manual."
ATF+4® is approved for use in older transmissions and is currently utilized in newer Chrysler®, Jeep® and Dodge® vehicles. The previous MOPAR ATF+3® formulation was discontinued in 2005 and ATF+4® is recommended for all transmissions filled with ATF+3®. Only certified ATF+4® is recommended for service of Chrysler LLC vehicles. The use of automatic transmission fluids other than ATF+4®, including those claiming to be like ATF+4®, could result in lower levels of performance, jeopardize transmission life and void warranties.
The ATF+4® Automatic Transmission Fluid formulation is exclusive to Chrysler LLC and ATF+4® is a registered trademark. The Center for Quality Assurance monitors and publishes licensed ATF+4® brands to assist consumers in making informed decisions when purchasing automatic transmission fluid for their Chrysler®, Jeep® and Dodge® vehicles
Licensed ATF+4® Brand Names
Remember, for best performance and vehicle warranty compliance select only licensed ATF+4® for your Chrysler®, Jeep® or Dodge® vehicle. Use of non-licensed ATF brands may damage your vehicle or void your warranty. Please contact us to report unauthorized use of the ATF+4® trademark by non-licensed brands.
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