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ATF+4, Power Steering and Transfer Case

Since I sold my dodge I got a bunch of ATF+4 hanging around in my shed. I know I don't want to use the highly friction modified ATF in my 4R100 unless I want to rebuild it every 30k miles but could I use the slippery crap in my power steering system and transfer case? I mean it is a synthetic and other than how slippery it is, it is pretty good...

What do you think?

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Re: ATF+4, Power Steering and Transfer Case

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Since I sold my dodge I got a bunch of ATF+4 hanging around in my shed. I know I don't want to use the highly friction modified ATF in my 4R100 unless I want to rebuild it every 30k miles but could I use the slippery crap in my power steering system and transfer case? I mean it is a synthetic and other than how slippery it is, it is pretty good...

What do you think?
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