- Dec 31, 2017
- SE British Columbia, Canada
Here’s an example of a Dex Merc product.
What are you going to reset in a manual trans?What about resetting the shifting adaptive values.....
Dealer did this for us after we switched out santa fe to maxlife.
Shifting was OK before....but after the reset it was even better.
Yes I do, intimately.So, presumably, you know of that product's chemistry/constituents and how it affects the friction coeff...
Oops thought it was an auto box.What are you going to reset in a manual trans?
The loose nut behind the wheel?What are you going to reset in a manual trans?
My thoughts exactly. Simple enough to rule out too.If you know what was in there before I'd just go back to that. It seems the new stuff isn't letting the synchros do their thing?
According to the Amsoil PDFs (Technical Specification), which are available on line, the main difference is in the viscosities; the ATL is about 6.3 cST, the ATF is about 7.5 cSt, and the Torque-Drive is about 7.6 cSt.Also brings up the question as to whats the difference between all the fluids. If Mercon was originally speced than whats the difference between it and Mercon V? Also how does Amsoil compare to Mercon and Mercon V? And whats the difference between Amsoil signature series ATF and Torque Drive?