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Re: Goodwill, Where Are The Limits
Posted to Shop Management Forum on 11/19/2015




We don't believe in the little bottles of Lubegard that "convert" regular Dex3 into whatever, either. We've been using universal synthetic since '08. It started with Amalie, then we went with Quantum, the makers of Royal Purple. It's backwards compatible and we have hundreds (perhaps thousands) of transmissions on the road. Both transmissions we've rebuilt and ones we've merely serviced.

Like I previously mentioned, we only have 2 types of ATF; conventional and CVT. However, Quantum does make their universal fluid "color coded" for those customers who are concerned about color. It's all the same CVT fluid, but they put different color dyes in such as yellow, green, and red for those who judge compatibility by color.

Larry Bloodworth
Technical Information Specialist/Technician
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Draper, Utah, USA