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SKU: V3100-10
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Product Code:  V3100
Grade:   ATF
Class:   SAE: 10W
Package Size: BULK/1000L/205L/20L/10L

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ATF DEX III is a transmission fluid designed for use in automatic transmissions where Dexron® III or Dexron® II fluids have been specified. This product is a high viscosity index fluid containing superior additive technology and greatly improved low temperature properties for smooth cold shifts.

Dexron 3 Transmission Fluid

Transmission issues can significantly impact your vehicle’s performance and driving experience. Common problems include rough shifts, overheating, and increased wear and tear, leading to costly repairs and reduced vehicle lifespan. A suitable ATF Dexron Iii is crucial to preventing these issues and maintaining optimal transmission function.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The recommended change interval for Atf Dexron 3 varies depending on the make, model, and year of your vehicle, as well as your driving habits and conditions. As a general guideline: 

  1. For most newer vehicles (2000 and later): Change the ATF every 60,000 to 100,000 km or as your vehicle's manufacturer recommends.
  2. For older vehicles or those used in severe conditions (e.g., frequent stop-and-go driving, towing, or hot weather). Change the ATF every 45,000 to 60,000 km or as your vehicle's manufacturer recommends.

Always consult your vehicle's owner's manual or a qualified mechanic for specific recommendations for your vehicle. 

While mixing different types of ATF is generally not recommended, Dexron 3 is backward compatible with earlier Dexron specifications. This means you can top up a transmission using Dexron II or Dexron with Dexron 3 if needed. However, it is always best to use the specific type of ATF recommended by your vehicle's manufacturer to ensure optimal performance and protection. Mixing different types of ATF can lead to inconsistent performance, reduced protection and potential damage to your transmission over time.