Yes. ATF 4 replaces ATF 3. It is a full synthetic fluid which replaces ATF 2 and 3 in all specs. They can be mixed
according the Mercedes service manual the following are acceptable: castrol dexron III mercon atf f-30341 castrol transmax m-22257 / 22096 chevron atf dex III f-30108 / 30159 citgo multi purpose atf d-21571 exxon superflo atf dexron III F-30111 havoline atf mercon / dexron III F-30321 pennzoil atf d-21380 pennzoil atf f-30110 quaker state dexron III / mercon f-30161 sunoco atf dexron III / mercon f-30176 texaco atf dexron III / mercon f-30321 unocal multi purpose atf d-22413 / 22431 valvoline atf type d
Type F or ATF
No, use only ATF+4No, use only ATF+4
Atf+3, but atf+4 is the new stuff out that replaces it.
No these two transmission fluids should not be mixed. The Type F is generally used in Ford transmissions.
yes ford type F works fine and is cheap
Type 'F' ATF.
Manual Type F or Mercon Automatic Motocraft Mecron ATF
Only use ATF+4 in a Dodge transmissionOnly use ATF+4 in a Dodge transmission
I would stick with the recommended fluild type. as far as i know type -f is a friction enhancer and chev uses atf that is a friction reducer