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Old 23-01-18, 08:54 PM   #1
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Default ATF for 2.0HDi gearbox?

Hi - I have 4 ltrs of unused Triple QX ATF DX III transmission oil left over from my recently departed Merc 300TE. Could I use this for my newly aquired 2004 Expert (2.0 HDI, 5 speed manual) which has 167k on the clock?
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I use ATF in all manuals nowadays but the box would not have had ATF originally
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For the sake of a few ££ I'd use the oil recommended by Peugeot. EP75/90 If memory serves, but your local motor factor will have the correct oil.

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SAE 75-80 reccomended, 75-90 quite a bit thicker. ECP usually have it though harder to get hold of.
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I thought it was strictly Esso LT 71141 for the 4-speed slushmatic.
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He is asking about a manual
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SAE 75-80 reccomended, 75-90 quite a bit thicker. ECP usually have it though harder to get hold of.
I stand corrected. Any reputable motor factor will keep it, and be able to look up the correct lubricants for nearly every car on the market from a database they will be linked to.
With so many modern vehicle requiring very specific oils and other lubricants the days of keeping a bulk supply of Comma 20w/50 or Castrol GTX are long gone.

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I found with peugeots you use the wrong oil and you get awful hard shifts learnt that the hard way with a clutch change


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Old 03-02-18, 11:30 AM   #9
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ATF is thinner so unlikely to give notchy changes you would be surprised how many manufacturers now use ATF in manual boxes its more common than you think.
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