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Can you use Dexron III ATF fluid for Toyota 2004 Camry power steering fluid?

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2009-06-25 03:27:43
2009-06-25 03:27:43

Yes, as said by the owners manual and on the Power Steering reservoir.

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dex 3 automatic transmission fluid (ATF) for the power steering.


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dexron atf is what Toyota recommends, ive used it a hundred times its fine


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