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Old 01-08-2013, 12:38 PM   #1
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Just wondering if there are any SMEs on here that can tell me if Pennzoil Multi Vehicle ATF is ok for use in a 2005 F-150. I have several bottles still sitting on a shelf from when I used them in my last Passat with an auto transmission. I no longer have that car so I don't have any need for this fluid unless I can use it in my truck. It does say it is a Mercon V fluid, but also lists almost every other type of transmission fluid (other than Type F) as being compatible:

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PennzoilŽ Multi-Vehicle ATF is suitable for use in applications requiring:

DEXRONŽ , DEXRONŽ -II, DEXRONŽ -III
MERCONŽ , MERCONŽ V
Allison C-4
Toyota T, T-III, T-IV
Honda Premium Formula ATF, ATF-Z1 (except in CVTs)
Mitsubishi/Kia/Hyundai SP, SP-II, SP-III
Nissan Matic-D
BMW LA2634, LT71141

Not for use in vehicles requiring Type F, DEXRONŽ -VI, MERCONŽ SP, Full Synthetic MERCONŽ , Nissan Matic K, Toyota/Lexus WS, Mercedes Benz 3403-M115, BMW 1375.4, or Volvo 1161540-8. Also not for use for CVT. Check owner’s manual and/or dipstick for exact specification.
So, does our transmission require full-synthetic Mercon?
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