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AMSOIL Expands Signature Series Family To Include Automatic Transmission Fluid

AMSOIL INC. has re-positioned two of its synthetic automatic transmission fluids to be included in the company's Signature Series family. The new designation reflects the premium quality of AMSOIL Multi-Vehicle Synthetic Automatic Transmission Fluid and AMSOIL Fuel-Efficient Synthetic Automatic Transmission Fluid, said the company.

AMSOIL INC. of Superior, Wis., has re-positioned two of its synthetic automatic transmission fluids to be included in the company’s Signature Series family. The new designation reflects the premium quality of AMSOIL Multi-Vehicle Synthetic Automatic Transmission Fluid and AMSOIL Fuel-Efficient Synthetic Automatic Transmission Fluid, said the company. The robust performance was proven during severe-service field testing, validating the expanded service life recommendations. AMSOIL Signature Series ATF is recommended for twice the vehicle manufacturers’ severe-service drain interval. The products also feature new packaging. 

Signature Series ATF provides outstanding high and low temperature performance and oxidation stability.  In addition, AMSOIL Synthetic ATF is formulated to improve fuel efficiency, reduce transmission temperatures and increase equipment life.  

A premiere feature of the new Signature Series transmission fluids is the effectiveness in severe service. In order to demonstrate the capabilities of the new line AMSOIL partnered with a Las Vegas taxicab fleet whose constant idling, stop-and-go driving and passenger loads in searing desert heat can push drivetrain fluids to the limit. The test showed outstanding wear protection and durability. 

AMSOIL Signature Series Multi-Vehicle Synthetic ATF is recommended for transmissions, hydraulics, power steering systems and other applications that require any of the following specifications:

Ford MERCON, MERCON V, ESP-M2C166-H; GM DEXRON III; Chrysler ATF+4, MOPAR AS68RC; Allison C-4, TES-389; Audi G 052 162, G 052 990, G 055 025; BMW 7045E, LA 2634, LT 71141; Honda ATF-Z1 (not CVT); Hyundai SP-II and SP-III; Idemitsu K17; JWS 3309, 3314, 3317; Kia SP-II and SP-III, ATF Red-1; MAN 339F, 339 V1, 339 V2, 339 Z1, Z2& Z3; Mazda ATF-M III, ATF-MV; Mercedes Benz 236.1, 236.2, 236.3, 236.5, 236.6, 236.7, 236.9, 236.10, 236.11, 236.81; Mitsubishi SP-II and SP-III; Nissan Matic-D, Matic-J, Matic-K; Shell 3403, LA 2634; Subaru ATF, ATF-HP; Suzuki 3314 & 3317; Texaco ETL-7045E, ETL-8072B, N402; Toyota Type T-III and T-IV; Voith 55.6335.XX (G607), 55.6336.XX (G1363); Volvo 97340, 97341; Volkswagen G 052 162, G 052 990, G 055 025; ZF TE-ML 03D, 04D, 05L, 09, 11B, 14A, 14B, 14C, 16L, 17C.

Note: Not for use with CVT or Ford Type F applications.

 

AMSOIL Signature Series Fuel-Efficient Synthetic ATF is recommended for transmissions and other applications that require any of the following specifications:

Ford MERCON LV, SP; GM DEXRON VI; Audi G 055 005, G 055 162, G 060 162; BMW 83 22 0 142 516, 83 22 2 152 426; Honda DW-1; Hyundai/Kia SP-IV; JWS 3324; Mitsubishi SP-IV, ATF J2; Nissan Matic-S; Saab 93 165 147; Shell M-1375.4, M-1375.5, M-1375.6, M-L 12108; Toyota WS; Volkswagen G 055 005, G 055 162, G 060 162.

Note: Not for use with CVT applications.

AMSOIL Signature Series Fuel-Efficient Synthetic ATF is backward compatible and replaces DEXRON III fluids in older GM automatic transmissions. (DEXRON VI specification supersedes the obsolete DEXRON III in GM vehicles.)

For more information about AMSOIL Signature Series Synthetic ATF contact your nearest AMSOIL distributor, or call AMSOIL at (715) 392-7101 or 1-800-777-8491.  AMSOIL INC., AMSOIL Building, Superior, WI 54880.

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