Castrol Transmax CVT, formulated with Smooth Drive Technology and premium full-synthetic base oil, is designed for most continuously variable transmissions. Its superior technology enables longer transmission life. It is suitable for use in most passenger cars fitted with push belt transmissions. Ensuring peace of mind across a wide range of.
Valvoline CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) Fluid is specifically formulated for today’s technologically sophisticated variable transmissions. It is formulated with premium synthetic base stocks, long-life friction modifiers, special anti-wear additives, and shear stable viscosity modifiers. Valvoline CVT 0AW (2010-2012) VTF Part number G-052-516-A2 Transmission 09A SLF Part number G-052-990-A2 MaxLife ATF, Transmission 09G T-IV Toyota WS Transmission 02E SLF Part number G-052-182-A2 Available from dealer Transmission 09D in Q7 (2007-10 with 4.2L), 0AT (2011 with 3.6L) T-IV Part number G-055-025-A2. Valvoline™ CVT Continuously Variable Transmission Fluid Valvoline's CVT fluid is designed for today's technologically advanced variable transmissions. It is formulated with full-synthetic, premium base oils, long-life friction modifiers, unique anti-wear additives and shear stable viscosity modifiers that help prevent oil film breakdown.
I can only get hfc-2 on Amazon. They only have CVT at o'riellys. Does it matter?
If it mentions that it's equivalent to use in Honda's then yes
It may or may not be. If it were me, considering that the Honda fluid is not much more expensive at the dealer, I would get the Honda fluid. That way you know it is compatible. Formulating CVT fluid is tricky stuff. I wouldn't even pretend to know every factor involved. One critical factor is providing the proper type and amount of friction modifiers to keep the CVT belt or chain from slipping. With the HCH-I having shown CVT issues, I don't blame Honda for being protective of their CVT and designing their own custom fluid which is what I would use.
Hearts of iron iv: battle for the bosporus for mac. Hondas can be very fussy about what oils you put in their transmissions. I would use the recommended stuff from your local tame Honda dealership; it's not much more expensive than generic oils, you don't need much of it, and you don't need to change it all that often.
With all the problems CVT transmissions have been having I strongly recommend having transmission services done at the dealer. That way you have a record of maintaining the tranny and if/when it fails you have a better chance of getting a customer goodwill warranty to replace it.
Many automatic transmissions don't have dipsticks anymore and a special tool is needed to get the correct amount of ATF back in the tranny.
Valvoline's website says that their CVT fluid is compatible with Honda HFC-2 transmission fluid. I have used the Valvoline CVT fluid in my Nissan and it works quite well. I highly recommend all of the Valvoline transmission fluids. In fact, I use the Valvoline MaxLife full synthetic transmission fluid in my Hyundai.
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Valvoline's CVT fluid is designed for today's technologically advanced variable transmissions. It is formulated with full-synthetic, premium base oils, long-life friction modifiers, unique anti-wear additives and shear stable viscosity modifiers that help prevent oil film breakdown. Recommended for use in the following CVT applications: Audi and VW (TL 52180; G 052 180), Ford (CVT30/Mercon C), Subaru (Lineartronic CVTF), Honda (HMMF), Nissan (NS-2), Mitsubishi (CVTF-J1/SP-III), BMW Mini Cooper (EZL 799), Hyundai and Kia (SP-CVT 1), Suzuki (TC/NS-2/CVT Green1), Dodge, Jeep (NS-2/CVTF+4), GM Saturn (DEX-CVT), Ford (CVT23), Mercedes Benz (236.20).
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