It depends on the application of the vehicle. Go to www.allisontransmission.com for complete answer and information on fluid changes
Use TranSynd licensed by Dextron 3 product
You should always change the transmission fluid according to the vehicle manufacturer's recommendations. However, it is perfectly fine to add fluid as needed between changes.
what type automatic transmission fluid for Allison at 545 ? I would suggest using Allison Transynd, "synthetic fluid" allisontech
I would highly suggest Allison Transynd synthetic fluid, For all on highway models. allisontech
Basic fluid would be Dextron,I would recomend TranSynd synthetic though,available at any Allison dealer. Allisontech
if the density of the fluid changes with respect to pressure is called compressible fluid f the density of the fluid does not changes with respect to pressure is called incompressible fluid
Initial fill of an Allison HD4060P should be around 45 quarts (U.S.) Be aware that 2005 and newer models require synthetic fluid "transynd". The specification for this fluid is known as TES 295. If you are changing the fluid & filters via drainplug, the refill amount is around 25 quarts. (add 20 quarts, then look for fluid on the dipstick, adding more as needed). If you doing a filter only change &using synthetic fluid, the amount of fluid required to top off the unit is around 10 quarts. An important item to note- transynd fluid turns yellow in color rather quickly & this does not mean the fluid needs changing- Synthetic fluid change interval is based on mileage and hours.
Yes, it is compatible with Dextron III. It is a superior product the the regular Dexron III.. I run it in all of my auto's.
The density of a compressible fluid changes with pressure, while the density of an incompressible fluid is not affected by pressure (assuming isothermal conditions).
low amniotic fluid. You should have between 10-20cm of fluid. Less than that can be considered oligohydramnios
Fluid shift is the transfer of fluid from blood to interstitial fluid (IF). This transfer changes blood and IF volumes.