Toyota ATF WS in ATF +4?

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Chrysler trans are very fluid sensitive. Use only atf+4. no universal fluids, no dex/merc, nothing but atf+4. ATF+4 is a very specific, tightly locked down formula. all licensed brands are essentially chemically identical. use the Cheapest ATF+4 you can find, Typically supertech @ wally world.
 

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The ATF WS was really cheap, so I did a quick google search on my phone and several fluids covered WS apps and ATF+4 so I was looking for a way to use it. Be nice to find a better alternative than Super Tech +4, but that's what I'll likely use. The last 50K miles on my Concorde sure flew by.
 
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Originally Posted By: ledslinger
The ATF WS was really cheap, so I did a quick google search on my phone and several fluids covered WS apps and ATF+4 so I was looking for a way to use it. Be nice to find a better alternative than Super Tech +4, but that's what I'll likely use. The last 50K miles on my Concorde sure flew by.
The Supertech is right around $4.25/quart, i don't think you'll find a better deal than that. That's about as good as it gets for transmission fluid unless you caught the Maxlife gallon sale @ AZ for like $12
 
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I own a Sebring auto and Chrysler's are pretty picky about not using the right fluid and I don't think WS is the right fluid. I have been running Redline C+ which is a direct +4 replacement and my picky pos sebring loves it. Shifts perfect. Go Redline.com and do some reading on the product and notice the difference between there D6 (WS) and the +4 Chrysler stuff.
 
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