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Old 03-31-2005, 01:07 PM   #11
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DO NOT PUT DEXRON IN A MANUAL TRANSMISSION!! It'* nowhere near thick enough!!

Unless I'm really misunderstanding something here....
It says it'* reccommended....
Dexron III Is an AUTOMATIC transmission fluid. Not for manuals...

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They use Synchomesh which is straight 75 weight gear oil. You can't use anything else in those, such as 80-90 or 75-90.

Document ID# 391331
1998 Chevrolet/Geo S10 Pickup - 2WD


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Lubrication Specifications
Lubrication Specifications Application
Specification

Metric
English

NV1500

Synchro-Mesh Transmission Fluid With Friction Modifier GM P/N 12377916
2.7l
2.9qt

NV3500

(RWD) Synchro-Mesh GM P/N 12345349
2.3l
2.5qt

(S4WD) Synchro-Mesh GM P/N 12345349
2.0l
2.2qt
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It woukld be nice if the owners manual stated these things...lol

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I didn't feel like looking it up. I know dexron is ATF, but i have seen some std'* that use it as well on other boards.

I wish I had a manual...
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Well it has Dexron III in it as of now......
I have not picked it up..but i know its ready.
GM dealership looked it up and said Dexron III

Along with the Specialty Transmission shop that does them all day thought
it was supposed to be Dexron III

WTF?

I will have it changed if I have to....but I am hearing from more then one source
that ATF is very common now adays in manual trans. ??
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Well it has Dexron III in it as of now......
I have not picked it up..but i know its ready.
GM dealership looked it up and said Dexron III

Along with the Specialty Transmission shop that does them all day thought
it was supposed to be Dexron III

WTF?

I will have it changed if I have to....but I am hearing from more then one source
that ATF is very common now adays in manual trans. ??

That dealer is wrong, they should have looked in GM Dealerworld, simple as that. ATF has only a viscosity equivelent to 20w oil, so I'd change your fluid ASAP, otherwise you are going to have troubles!
Some manuals DO use ATF, and some Isuzu FWD 5 speeds used 5W30 engine oil. Transmissions are something I personally think fluid recommendations should be strictly followed, I've seen what can happen otherwise! Good Luck!
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thanks for all your help....you guys are so responsive and that is why i still i hang around here.....

Will have to get it to the dealer for that fluid....
I wish GM just had put it in the manual....bums!

again...THANK YOU!
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thanks for all your help....you guys are so responsive and that is why i still i hang around here.....

Will have to get it to the dealer for that fluid....
I wish GM just had put it in the manual....bums!

again...THANK YOU!
i would get a signed statement that this is what the manufacturer recommends from the shop before you drive the thing home. that way, if it does screw up, you can take them to court for the basic "you broke my friggin truck you morons!" lawsuit.
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