At Wal-mart, I note that SuperTech offers - along w/ its long line of "discount" motor oils (which I've used for years) - a line of ATF. The one I saw is simply "SuperTech Automatic Transmission Fluid". It unfortunately lists no particular restrictions as to what makes/models it should be used for vs. which ones it should not be used for. On the front of the jug, it says (and this is similar to what the similar Pennzoil jug says, as noted by another member on this forum; see Lococrazy's post on 6/8/09) is: For use in vehicles previously serviceable by DEXRON-III and MERCON Brands On the back of the jug, it adds: • Suitable for use in vehicles requiring Dexron-II, Dexron-III and Mercon fluids. • Do not use this [product in GM vehicles after model year 2005 and Ford vehicles after model year 2006. • Do not use this product in transmissions that specify Ford Type F, Mercon V fluids or BM Dexron-VI fluid. In my Owner's Manual, it specifies: "Chrysler Automatic Transmission Fluid identified as ATF+2 or ATF+2 Type 7176" Unfortunately, nowhere on the SuperTech jug do I read "ATF+2". With all this in mind, are there any thoughts on the suitability of the SuperTech ATF I'm, describing for my '97 Dakota? I'd really like to use this if it won't prove fatal.