Maxlife, done. Nothing wrong w/ Castrol HiMiles either.
No, actually the fluids have improved since the OE issued the relevant specs 20 years ago.
Too bad your mental capacity hasn't improved similarly.
MaxLife® DEX/MERC ATF
The first ATF for 75,000 miles & beyond
High-performance seal conditioners maintain and preserve the elasticity of seals to help prevent leaks
Long-life friction modifiers and premium base oils help improve smooth shifting, eliminate slippage and shudder, prevent clutch wear and improve drivability longer than conventional fluids
Advanced anti-wear agents provide wear protection for smoother shifts under all driving conditions
Enhanced cleaning additives help reduce varnish formation and keep the transmission running properly longer
Engineered with a unique blend of viscosity modifiers and base oils to provide better oil flow at low temperatures and greater film protection at higher temperatures
Recommended for use in vehicles that require:
Honda, Acura — ATF–Z1 (except in CVTs)
Toyota, Lexus — Type T, T–III, T–IV
Nissan, Infiniti — Matic–D, Matic–J
BMW — LA2634, LT71141
Mitsubishi — Diamond SP–II, SP–III
Hyundai — SP–II, SP–III
BMW LT71141 is the synthetic Esso spec for Audis too, the $15 litre stuff.
Nice post dummy.
Last edited by Apexxx; 04-17-2012 at 10:20 PM.