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12-15-2003 12:22 PM
Jmark Hi Mark, Mark here.
I've used Dexron tranny fluid in all my GM cars for over 25 years and never had a problem.

Having said that, the imports are different. I believe that the Hondas require their own PS fluid. If you use ATF in them, the rack, hoses and pump take a huge dump.

Mark
12-15-2003 11:44 AM
Jag Daddy
ATF vs Power Steering Fluid?

I bought a bottle of ATF the other night and it says it can be used in the power steering pump. Is that true? Can I use it in my GM pump? What about mixing with whats left in the system?

Regards
Mark

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