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Dexron is the brand name of transmission fluid manufactured for General Motors vehicles; Dexron-II was released in the 1970s, and Dexron-III was released in the 1990s. Dexron-III is considered to be backward compatible w... More »

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Dexron III and Mercon V are similar types of automatic transmission fluid, with the main difference being that Dexron is the formula developed by General Motors, while Mercon was created by Ford. The specifications of th... More »

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Dexron II automatic transmission fluid is most commonly used in General Motors vehicles built between 1972 and 1993. Most of these vehicles can also use Dexron III fluids, as the Dexron III formula was designed for backw... More »

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When transmission fluid is low, the transmission tends to jerk or slip when changing gears. The vehicle may also speed to high revolutions per minute while in neutral or without the vehicle speeding up or spontaneously s... More »

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The average amount of transmission fluid a passenger car can hold is approximately 12 quarts, but it can be as much as 36 quarts dependent on the vehicle model and type. The owner's manual for a vehicle lists the amount ... More »

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