What kind of transmission oil do I need?

1 Answer:
  • Fabian Wong
    The easiest way to make sure you're using the right type of ATF is to check the owner's manual. It'll tell you exactly which ATF the manufacturer recommended for your car. You may also find a recommendation on the dipstick. Either is a reasonable resource for determining the right type of fluid for your transmission.
  • How many gears does Audi CVT have?

    A CVT transmission has no fixed gears, which means there are no traditional gears that run from first to sixth but rather there are two pulleys connected to each other by a belt. One pulley is connected to the car's engine, and the other pulley is connected to the transmission and wheels.12 feb 2019
  • Can I add new transmission fluid to old?

    You should not mix the old transmission fluid with a new one. The main reason is it won't offer you the ideal viscosity. At the same time, the mixing will reduce the performance of the transmission system. So it will cause overall engine performance.2 nov 2021
  • Will changing transmission fluid improve shifting?

    If you catch a shifting issue very early, a transmission fluid flush can sometimes fix shifting issues. The fresh fluid helps clutch discs and steel discs bond and hold without slipping. The seal conditioners in the new fluid help soften the clutch piston lip seals so they seal better.27 oct 2017
  • How do you check the automatic transmission fluid?

    To check your automatic transmission fluid, follow these steps:
    1. Pull out the dipstick. With the engine on and the gearshift in Neutral or Park and the parking brake on, let your engine run. ...
    2. Check the fluid. ...
    3. Wipe the dipstick with a clean, lint-free rag; then reinsert it and pull it out again.
    15 sept 2021
  • What type of transmission fluid does an Audi A6 take?

    Dexron VI
    FRAM Transmission Fluid - Full Synthetic Dexron VI Automatic Transmission Fluid 1 Quart (Part No. F426) FRAM DEXRON®-VI FULL SYNTHETIC ATF represents the latest technology in full synthetic automatic transmission fluids.