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Is there a difference between Engine oil and Transmission Oil?

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2005-12-31 04:23:29
2005-12-31 04:23:29

Yes there is. They both will have different additives in them. There viscosity (thickness) will also be different. Transmission fluid has a red dye that is added so it can be distinguished from engine oil.

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