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Pontiac vibe atf Me Logged Weird sexual stories. I'm going to get some fluid today, but I'm tossed up on filter. Would not go to the GM dealer, and would definitely not use Dexron fluid. Please create a password for your account. The transmission gasket is another point where the transmission can leak a lot of fluid in Ponyiac short amount of time. Add to Cart. When the transmission fluid level vihe too low the transmission will begin to slip.
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I always use genuine filters for the engine. What automatic transmission fluid do I use? Can't use that thinking currently, so I want to rectify it! I've read alot Pontia the posts but most of them are years old. Transmission Fluid. Good luck!
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Quick links. New members, introduce yourself here! New to this Squirting secretary torrent I just purchased a base vibe last week. So true to the way I do things. I'm checking and changing everything! So my question. What automatic transmission fluid do I use? I've read alot of the posts but most of them are years old.
There has been tons of advancements in oils in that amount of time. Someone posted a gm tsb stating T-IV is the proper fluid. However the tsb was dated When I Google this it brings up several multi use fluids, leading me to believe T-IV isn't required with today's synthetic options.
I've switch to Mobil 1 5w and changed the spark plugs. Changed the vlbe belt. Noticed my oil pan is leaking a bit will fix next oil change. If need be I'll use the T-IV fluid but if there's something as good or better out now I'd like to use that.
Thanks in advance for any help. Many oil manufcatures will label their oil with combatible with "xxx" oil or meets or exceeds OEM specification "xxx" When shopping for oil look for those on the label.
This helps ensure vive additives and properites of the oil are compatible with cibe is currently in your vehicle. Been using multi spec fluid for many Barbara bolbock dripping springs texas without issue, the key is Pontiac vibe atf make sure the spec of your vehicle is listed on the label.
It's no longer named T-IV though Either way I just added about ml worth But, in the future, I will go to Toyota for fluids. Oil has a shelf life aff about years for unopened bottles, depending on the type.
Once opened, I try to use it up within the year. Castrol transmax comes up as an exact match for the vibe at advanced Pontiac vibe atf. Full synthetic. Price really isn't an issue. Availability more so. I have a mighty vac that I use to remove oil from pan, then refill and run for a minute.
I do that times. Then drop the pan and change filter. I'm going to be doing more highway than city driving. Quite a change from its previous owner. Any other suggestions, maintenance I'm missing? Thanks again John. Your car is a Toyota. Go to a Toyota dealership. Don't put anything with the word "Dexron" in any part of your car. Moon roof, Monsoon, 2. Says it's for Honda, Toyota, and Nissan.
And no where does it say dextron! I'm going to get some fluid today, but I'm tossed up on filter. May be a online order. As for the oil atc I always use genuine filters for the engine. I recall a video of someone dissecting multiple brands of filters Although, many parts are waaaay overpriced and don't justify the price, that's not really the case for a genuine toyota oil filter compared to aftermarket filters like FRAM for my cabin filter, but that's about it. My 2 cents.
Would not go to the GM dealer, and would definitely not use Dexron fluid. I do two drain and fills a week or two apart, it takes 3. Some day if I really have to drop the pan for something else I'll have a new Football uniforms for children and gasket handy, but I wouldn't drop the pan just to change Teen panty play filter.
Got it quite cheap from Wal-Mart. On a whim I called my local toyota dealer. I asked Post peep show diorama the filter.
He said "well if your not having any troubles we recommend leaving the filter. It's just a screen " So that's what I just did. Sucked out 4 quarts from the dip stuck tube and refilled twice.
I have enough to do it 1 more time but the fluid looks really good now. Maybe I should start another af. But a couple more questions for the masters on this forum. During my detailed inspections I found oil on top of my valve cover. Seems like coil pack gaskets are leaking? Also seems to have a little oily sludge, looking at the engine from the front, under valve cover on left side of wtf.
I'm not really good at checking my oil periodically. If it don't leak, don't burn, why check it! I do all my own services so I'm the first guy that will PPontiac when somethings leaking! Can't use that thinking currently, so I want to rectify it! Let me know if I should start a new thread.
Thanks again Oh ya forgot to mention. Mobil makes T-IV trans fluid for toyota. It's mobil I believe. Same price. So you don't have to use the vacuum pump, and you can drain out all of the trans fluid and any stuff that settles in the bottom of the pan.
I have a full case of fluid so he will be set for several years. We are using synthetic Mobil 1 in my 03 GT since the prior owner used only it for about K miles, and Mobil 1 filters.
Good luck with it! Thomas the "Mustang Guy" 5. Yes I'm aware of the drain plug. Much faster with mighty vac. Sucked it out twice, refilled twice and test drive. The vacuum ia actually the recommended tool to change engine oil in a Mercedes Benz. I Pontiac vibe atf a e cdi up till last summer.
I did also order att 10 pack of crush washers for future oil changes. Thanks Futuba teen all for the advice. I'll start another thread about the other issues.
viscosity and texture of the Automatic Transmission Fluid is unlike other fluid in your Pontiac Vibe. This particular oil is an a volatile hydraulic fluid incorporated with a cleaning element to help the transmission work satisfactorily so the $7 can happen when the driver needs a gear change. Reasons for your Pontiac Vibe's popularity include simple styling and roomy interior at an affordable price and great fuel economy. Ensure that it's also safe by maintaining the automatic transmission for Pontiac Vibe with durable components from AutoZone. Compare Pontiac Vibe Automatic Transmission Fluid brands. Check prices & reviews on aftermarket & stock parts for your Vibe Automatic Transmission Fluid. Order your parts online or pick them up in-store at your local Advance Auto Parts.
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Don't put anything with the word "Dexron" in any part of your car. About Us. Good luck with it! Password New Password. Security Code. So my question. Quite a change from its previous owner. Finding the leak in the line can be tricky. He said "well if your not having any troubles we recommend leaving the filter. Add to Cart. I always use genuine filters for the engine.
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Quick links. New members, introduce yourself here! New to this forum! I just purchased a base vibe last week. So true to the way I do things.