What kind of transmission fluid does a Dodge Charger take?
Oil Type: Dexron VI.
How do I know what kind of transmission fluid I need?
The easiest way to make sure you’re using the right type of ATF is to check the owner’s manual. It’ll tell you exactly which ATF the manufacturer recommended for your car. You may also find a recommendation on the dipstick. Either is a reasonable resource for determining the right type of fluid for your transmission.
What transmission fluid is compatible with Type F?
JEGS Quick Shift Automatic Transmission Fluid | One Gallon | Made In USA | Compatible With Mercon, Dexron, Chrysler ATF, Ford Type F, Most Import Vehicle ATF.
Can you mix dexron 3?
agree with Bonnieman. Dex 6 is fine to mix with Dex 3. Just do filter and replaced drained fluid.
Can I add dexron III to dexron VI?
DEXRON-VI can be used in any proportion in past model vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission, in place of DEXRON-III (for instance, topping off the fluid in the event of a repair or fluid change). DEXRON-VI is also compatible with any former version of DEXRON for use in automatic transmissions.
What is the difference between dexron 3 and ATF 4?
The biggest difference between these are the additives in them. I’m not a chemical engine so I can’t give the exact differences but they are big. ATF+4 has specific additives designed for specific Chrysler transmissions. The additives and the make up of the fluid keeps the transmission working properly.
Can you mix ATF 4 and dexron 3?
Use ATF+4 only. Don’t use anything with Dexron/Mercon fluids. These fluids will cause TCC slippage/chatter problems plus wear out your transmission sooner than you would like for. The slipping could also be due to the bands needing adjustment.
Can you mix ATF 3 and atf4?
ATF+4 is backward compatible with ATF+3 so you can use it with no issues.
Can you mix ATF 4 brands?
Sure, you can mix any brands of atf+4.
Can I use ATF instead of ATF 4?
ATF +4 is a synthetic fluid for finely-tuned transmissions, so if you use a non-synthetic ATF instead of ATF +4 in a car or truck that calls for it, you could damage the transmission. You may use ATF +4 in most applications that call for older Dexron and Mercon fluids.