Ya, I checked the Fram website, clicked on transmission fluid and it sent me to advanced. You'd think they would have a spec sheet somewhere instead of just telling me it's ok for my Honda.Supposedly, it's a brand new product offering available "exclusively" at Advance Auto/Carquest.
Do it like Eric and stay dirty.Anyway I'm going to grab a hose clamp and try snugging the cat shield up tonight
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Fits 99% of vehicles... that's a little scary for longevity. Great for a generic lube shop who wants to stock one item but I'll stick with Maxlife in the Sonata and Pilot and Valvoline DexVI in the Traverse.It would be intresting to see how this performed in a 3rd gen 6-speed.
I have to agree. Just seems it's covering to many bases. I will say that the higher viscosity over most multi-vehicle ATFs may be attractive for an early model Pilot with low ATF pressure or possibly even a 6-speed 3rd gen that may be shifting a little firmer than someone likes.Fits 99% of vehicles... that's a little scary for longevity.
Break out the fine stationery and the gilt fountain pen.
I've already tried other ATFs in my 6-speed. It's full of Amalie Universal Synthetic at the moment. So not feeling much guilt. Just don't see how any of the protection tests done by Project Farm will help us. We need someone to order 3 jugs and do 3 D&Fs. Who volunteers?Gifting him a bottle of this multi-vehicle near universal ATF might do the trick