My Pajero/Montero is equipped with an Aisin-Warner transmission, calling for Dexron II/III or SP-II/III in the service manual. I've used Dexron III, Mercon, Mercon V and SP-III in my transmission with no problems to date. I've been meaning to switch to a synthetic ATF (to increase my service intervals from 40,000 km/7 months to 60,000/12 months), which is very difficult to come by here. Everybody uses OE ATF, and as a result universal fluids are hard to find, let along synthetic universal fluids. After a lot of research, I've come across Fuchs' Titan ATF 5000 SL:
Source Now I'm not sure what Dexron II-E is, but seeing Mercon is listed, I'm assuming this ATF is safe to use for my application. But I thought I'd seek some advice before going ahead and buying it. If not, the plan is the stick to SP-III...the transmission's very smooth running on it.
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TITAN ATF 5000 SL Fully Synthetic, Multi Functional Automatic Transmission Fluid recommended by all leading manufacturers. Allows fluid changes of 100,000 km in commercial vehicles. Optimum shifting at all temperatures. Suitable for use in steering systems and diverse hydraulic drives. DEXRON II-E MB 236.8 RENK-DOROMAT VOITH G 607, G 1363 ZF TE-ML 09X, 14C, 16M FORD MERCON ALLISON C-4 MAN 339 D Synthetisch