what transmission fluid should i use for my 1996 toyota camry v6?

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Old 23 Mar 2014, 06:10 am   #1 (permalink)
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what transmission fluid should i use for my 1996 toyota camry v6?
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Old 23 Mar 2014, 06:24 am   #2 (permalink)
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Check your manual it should tell you
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Old 23 Mar 2014, 06:39 am   #3 (permalink)
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Normally it should say type VI, Castrol Transmission oil has its label on it for all Foreign cars.
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If your '96 Cam'y trany is in good running, use a quality product; take it to qualified shop and get it totally changed, not just drained and refilled. There's probably a certain amount that stays behind even when the plug is opened so get the trany oil change guy to keep pouring in new trany oil until the color of the oil coming out of the bottom changes color like the new stuff. Sounds confusing? Well get a qualified technician to do your job.
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don't guess.















need to determine the trans type. count pan bolts. then go here,















http://www.autozone.com/autozone/rep...Y&appIdsArray=
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T-IV from Toyota (there is no reliable identification of what it is or who actually makes it.) T-IV has been replaced by WS, and if that is all the dealer carries use that. Do not use anything else.































I am concerned about why you ask. If there is a leak, fix it. If you have been towing a trailer or using a luggage carrier on the roof, change the fluid. Otherwise it should not normally be changed. See the service schedule.
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