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I have actually a 2000 S10 through a 4.3 automatic (4L60E) trans, i was wonder what form and brand liquid to use and also if it would be way to use man-made or stick through the non-synthetic.
Dexron 6 is what gm would recommend. Old time transmission mission mechanic recommended type f in higher mileage 4L69E. Does allow as lot slippage together dexron. Been running it because that over 10 years. Sent from mine iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
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You know the rules... You"re only enabled to create that after you"ve set up lip seals on in ~ least 4 of these:
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Use DeX 6 for a pretty upgrade, otherwise a quality DeX 3 will be fine. Never put anything in a transmission that is no transmission fluid. No additives... Ever. I own/operate a transmission shop and have had countless units on mine bench that finished up there since of Lucas and other additives. LubeGard is the just brand the is "OK" and only as soon as required. (Ie: friction full when needed for certain trans)
Not a pan of additive at all. They commonly leave a film behind. Part make the liquid lubricating characteristics go south and you end up v alot of negative bushing surfaces. The old school transmission seal swellers offer no real purpose. Lip seals room made of different material now and also do no harden favor the enlarge seals. Many transmissions room failing due to component failure, clutch capacity or hydraulics circuit wear. The just additive I have seen no actual ill impacts with is Lucas.As far as fluid goes i tell my customers that Dexron III is manufacturing facility fill ~ above 4L60E till 2006. They then made a transition to Dexron VI. The full fabricated fluid will certainly give far better cold driveabilty and it have the right to withstand higher temperatures longer. The is much more stable over the whole operating heat range than it"s Dexron III predecessor.