Transmission Fluid
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What kind of transmission fluid goes into a manual 1995 Dodge Neon?

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2005-12-29 11:13:27
2005-12-29 11:13:27

2.8.6 Q: What kind of fluid should I use in the manual transmission? A: "Just make sure you use the A578-specific semi-synthetic fluid (p/n 4773167) that's available at the dealer. It is specifically matched to the synchronizer material for good shifting, and has special friction modifiers to last a lifetime... You're on your own if you decide to use something else." - Erich Heuschele, from Grassroots Motorsports Found this at www.Neons.org in faqs

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