Mobil 55221 3309 Automatic Transmission Fluid - 1 Quart
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Saab 9-this is what it looks like If any JWS-compliant product is required, 5 must be present It is a good idea to use 3309 approved fluid.
Research suggests that Mobil 3309 is an exact substitute for the expensive brand of transmission fluid manufactured by Volvo. On a 2007 SX70, I drained and filled the transmission without any issues.
It's my deepest regret that I cannot answer this question. There are only Volvo AWD models I know of that work with it.
You should review your owner's manual to learn what type of fluid is recommended for your vehicle. Based on Mobil's information, you can then check the 3309 on its website to see if it works. This fluid is very good, but it is a kind of special fluid. The Aisin 6 in my car allowed me to use it Fluid for a Ford transmission with four speeds meets the Ford specification.
Selected User Reviews For Mobil 55221 3309 Automatic Transmission Fluid - 1 Quart
In a 2018 RAM 3500, the transmission uses Mobil 1 in the Aisin transmission. You still need to know a few things, right?.
It was hard for me to trust all the reviews that said I could feel the difference immediately, but I was right. In order to flush out my expired fluid, which had turned brown, I used distilled water. My initial impressions were blown away when I drove the car on the highway and noticed how smoother the shifts were. This was my first time shifting smoothly, and I had no idea smooth shifting was possible. It also feels like a lot more power is returning to the engine and the car actually pulls much better now. The last time I changed the oil was almost one thousand miles ago and I can say there are no negatives to report. I am very happy with Mobil Oil. Moreover, the price is among the lowest you can find for I flushed out the 12 quarts and the fluid was clean and no longer brown by the time I had flushed the 12th quart out. I would not hesitate to replace the entire contents of your autobox with this stuff unless your ATF is black and burned.
I do not know why but 3309 is hard to get in my area. I run a 2011 Mini Cooper R56 Turbo S and needed the recommended fluid instead of having to use the generic type IV that works, but does not meet OEM specifications. I purchased the fluid because it was reasonably priced and it did what it said it would. This is a much better deal from Mobil, and even more so when the price is just a fraction of what my dealer would like.
After it arrived, we filled up the transmission fluid. During the flush of my XC90 V8, you can see in the pictures that the old fluid was very brown and yucky to look at. I was surprised that the fluid coming out of the part was a nice bright red actually. Previously, I thought that the transmission was smooth, but now it's even better than before.
For over a decade, I have bought Toyota Type IVs from Toyota dealers. In the year after, I stumbled upon the Mobil 3309. There are no differences between it and Toyota fluid in both appearance and smell. This pattern seems to be exact even for the texture of the plastic bottle. Toyota bottles came with a red cap and were black in color. *)* I do two types of drains Throughout the year, we top off both vehicles with fuel. The car at my home has 207K miles, and the car at my wife's has 196K miles. I have not experienced any transmission problems in the past year.
Toyota type IV can be easily replaced by this alternative. Using it with the Aisin transmission in my Ram 3500 was a great experience. Instead of paying $10 a quart for the same fluid, go with a different brand. br>Go to a Toyota dealership and see what their Type IV looks like. There is literally no difference in shape or color between each bottle.
The case of this I bought for my 2004 Toyota Sienna was used to flush and refill the transmission fluid. As a result of extensive research on line, I was confident that this was the exact same stuff that Toyota sells at their dealerships at a higher price. After replacing the original fluid with this, I am able to rest easy knowing the fluid is now clean and fresh. As a preventative maintenance, I changed the fluid, and the van's transmission is still working efficiently, just as it did when the van was brand The fluid was changed at around 120,000 miles and now it has covered about 130,000 miles. Thank you for your assistance.
I actually recommend a mixture of two parts Mobil ATF 3309 and one part Valvoline Maxlife Synthetic for my 2007 Lincoln MKZ. Throughout my whole life I have used Valvoline Maxlife Synthetic in my 2010 Ford Escape, but a mix of Valvoline Maxlife and Mobil ATF 3309 has served me well I tried 4 ATFs in several autos, but I wasn't a fan. As a synthetic ATF, Mobil ATF 3309 is sometimes listed as a Mobil 1 ATF (but it is not a Mobil 1). The Mobil ATF 3309 is currently my favorite over the Mobil 1 ATF, but they're designed for different purposes.