Does this mean 6.5L is the total capacity of transmission oil in the transmission, torque converter and the lines? It's pretty much the same damn fluid. Recommended viscosity: SAE 0W-20 SAE 0W-20 is the best choice for good fuel economy and good starting in cold weather. It lists as a replacement for Toyota WS. I had to take it to Toyota who saidA NEVER use anything but WS in these boxesB fill it correctly through the bottom and not the top holeC Turn it on and get it to the right temperature and recheck levels.Expert did none of this and it ended up costing me over $500 to have oil flushed completely and correct oil in it.He refunded me his cost after a big blowup Only funny thing was I sold it not long after and the buyer came to see me and told me he did the tranny oil. I called them and they assured me it is compatable with T-lV and WS fluid. P.S Info:Van has 48000 miles. Cant remember and dont have any paperwork as was 10 years ago but was on the Southside as we were at Mt Compass and mechanic there recommended them. I used a tube with a funnel. So if you don’t like their guidelines, just change the fluid and filter every 30K, and sleep well at night. Because torque converter will always keep some fluid from draining out. Just chiming in here as had dramas with a so called Transmission expert in Adelaide who put Transmax in my 100ser Cruiser, filled it completely the wrong way and also pinched an O ring re assembling it. Independents use a Valvoline synth here to flush, one told me 5yrs using it no issues, it's cheap in bulk for them and a tranny flush would be just over 200 bucks total, can't really complain about that! No issues. No sale at Repco, Supercheap or Autobarn now. Some of the aftermarket “multi import” atf is nearly as expensive . Like how Toyota Type T-IV ATF was available as Mobil 3309 ATF. My car is out of warranty. Meets or exceeds all Toyota … http://www.supercheapauto.com.au/Product/Penrite-LV-Automatic-Transmission-Fluid-LV-4-Litre/396357, The out sourced transmission warranty repair specialists recommended "Phoenix PX Transmatic LV" which is a local Australian company located here in Victoria , Dandenong though it does seem as much as Toyota want to not admit it seems you can use any specified fully synthetic WS (World Standard) oil. We know that the dealers will lie just to make money. I did check Valvoline Maxlife ATF but the specs indicate viscosity is outside the specs of the Toyota WS. Mind you with the missus Kia shopping trolley the first 5 fixed price services average $340 p.a. From what I see from the previous owner's old service records, he changed the trans oil at 80k and again at 90k using 3 litres of Elfmatic MV synthetic each time. This stuff has been on my car for 60,000km! Please let me know your opinion and any advice would be greatly appreciated. Aisin actually builds the Toyota automatic transmissions, as far as I know. My local transmission workshop insists Max Life is the go. Almost all 2004 and above Toyota vehicles with automatic transmissions use the WS fluid specification. From my understanding, it will be more if we do a pan down and transmission filter replacement as well. Did the return cooler line flush in the driveway on both my Aurions. Any case, you will regret doing the flush. In Europe I think Mobil sells under the Esso brand name. . Only you can answer that. But since I'll be flicking the Kia at end year 6 around 90k it's up to the new owner to get it serviced wherever and that's a trans expense I don't have to concern myself with. If it turns out to be too expensive at least 3 drain/refills several weeks apart, then one every 2 years.Either way you still need to get the fluid level check done properly, too often people end up with their trannies underfilled or way overfilled after the service. Tranny Fluid - Toyota ATF WS - Thanks message - (AMSOIL makes a Toyota WS equivalent fluid which I know many run including ... counter guy for a quart of "Toyota Genuine Differential gear oil LT or equivalent 75W-85 GL-5" and a quart of "Toyota Genuine Transfer gear oil LF or equivalent SAE 75W" as specified in the owner's manual. I did check Valvoline Maxlife ATF but the specs indicate viscosity is outside the specs of the Toyota WS. The procedure has been demonstrated heaps on YouTube if you search transmission oil Toyota 6 speed. I just didn't feel confident I'll be able to tighten the 18 bolts properly if using the cork gasket and I might get leaks or strip a bolt, which I did anyway! I have always used the expensive Toyota trans fluid both T-lV and WS. Toyota ATF WS does not required drain/refill unless the vehicle is used to tow. No Toyota T-IV in 03, 04 was first for WS. So it's gonna be similar to any other modern low viscosity, low zinc ATF .... Edit: Penrite LV ATF is 5.7 cST @100, so it's bang on within range for the Toyota WS. As I live in FL I dont think thats a bad guess. That is NOT a warrantee. FAST 'N FREE. @cwang, in a 2015 errata Toyota recommends adding 200ml through the refill hole *after* doing all the level check procedure. Mech checking it likely found it discoloured and recommended 2 quick drop and fills. I asked about using WS oil, and they were ok with this, just needed to bring in about 12 litres IIRC. In their product info sheet they state that it WILL NOT void vechele warranty and if you or your customer have any transmission issues while using it to please contact them. Oil grade: ILSAC GF-5 multigrade engine oil. They use Penrite products – for this, Penrite Multivehicle fully synthetic ATF LV. As transmissions are upgraded and improved, so must the automatic transmission fluid be upgraded. It will be always a mixture of new and old fluid. Yes here's Liquimoly Dexron VI-Mercon LV spec ATF -https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/5Qt-Auto-Trans-Fluid-ATF-LIQUI-MOLY-Fully-Synthetic-for-Dexron-VI-Mercon-LV/233507670613and note the coverage-, "Dexron VI, Ford Mercon LV, Aisin Warner AW-1, 83 22 0 142 516, 83 22 2-152 426, 83 22 2-289 720, 83 22 2-305 396, 83 22 2-305 397, 83 22 2-355 599, M-1375.4, Fiat 9.55550-AV5, JWS 3324 Aisin Warner, Land Rover TYK 500050, Honda ATF 3.1, ATF DW-1, Hyundai SP-IV, Mazda ATF FZ, MB 236.12, MB 236.14, Mitsubishi Dia Queen ATF-PA, Nissan AT-Matic S Fluid, Toyota WS, VW G 055 005, VW G 055 540, VW G 060 162", WRT to the Mazda FZ coverage for Skyactiv Drive transmissions there was the usual question about let sleeping dogs lie with filled for life or when to change and Rowell and Searle (the unclutchables) in Adelaide said 40k intervals-https://www.mazdas247.com/forum/index.php?threads/should-i-change-transmission-fluid-in-skyactiv-cars.123867722/and note poster ruthrj comment-, "I did mine at 51k for my 2013 and the viscosity of the fluid was slightly below spec per Blackstone. In 2004 - 2007 dip stick was removed from this transmission. Pretty simple to refill just need to get the temp right before closing it up. toyota millions of dollars on environmental fee). Procedure is simple: drop and fill, and repeat til the colour looks good to you. So I generally stick with the actual stuff. In their product info sheet they state that it WILL NOT void vechele warranty and if you or your customer have any transmission issues while using it to please contact them. Thanks. The type of ATF used in Toyota automobiles is determined by the transmission in that particular car. If the vehicle is under warranty then it would be advisable to use OEM as no one really wants to fight with the dealer in the event of a transmission issue. MAX LIFE fluid is synthetic and I will probably default to buying the dealers crap again. T-IV initially replaced Dexron III as the transmission fluid of choice for Toyota and Lexus automatics starting in the early 90s. If you have an A341E transmission then there is a big difference. If not then you can learn, adjust, and proceed from there. It's really a cookie cutter low-zinc, low viscosity ATF formulation. If you're in Adelaide I'd recommend The Unclutchables for the good oil on transmissions as they've been around a long time and know their stuff although there will be others-, Well note that PX Technician Series which includes Toyota WS also includes Mazda FZ specification-, and according to the selector also suitable for Mazda 6 speed Skyactiv transmissions (in the 2016-2020 CX9), http://content.valvoline.com/pdf/maxlife_atf.pdf, http://www.kd5byb.net/Tundra/ATF%20WS%20MSDS1.pdf. The out sourced transmission warranty repair specialists recommended "Phoenix PX Transmatic LV" which is a local Australian company located here in Victoria , Dandenong though it does seem as much as Toyota want to not admit it seems you can use any specified fully synthetic WS (World Standard) oil which brings down the price to a reasonable $30-$50 AUS and if you can find a reputable transmission specialist they should charge you between $150 and $250 for a full service which includes the oil filter kit and oil change instead of Toyota. Suggestions. You never know, it could work out for you and save you a couple bucks. If you've never serviced the transmission I suggest the complete service: fluid drain, pan drop and clean, replace the filter, refill, flush using the cooler return line and then fluid level check. I have always used the expensive Toyota trans fluid both T-lV and WS. It’s a win-win! By the time I finished the 12L ATF, colour of fluid coming out is visually like new. Funnily, that Phoenix fluid claims it also meets MB 236.14 spec as well as ZF Lifeguard 6. The car manufacturers do not make their own fluids but there is not much information on alternatives. Toyota WS ATF is good stuff for those vehicles that require it. . PENRITE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID LV will not make any problems to your Toyota vehicle, it is already been used by many people. I repeated the drain and fill 6 times. Nevertheless, I still proceed to change the Toyota ATF WS 08886-02305 in my Toyota Vios that already clocked at 80,0001KM just to verify if changing the ATF will improve the car’s performance. The funnel was hooked to engine hood gas struct. Toyota Genuine WS Automatic Transmission Fluid: Well note that PX Technician Series which includes Toyota WS also includes Mazda FZ specification-http://www.phoenixlubricants.com.au/13web/pdf/PX%20Technician%20Series%20Transmatic%20LV%20PDS.pdfand that goes in the 'sealed for life' Mazda Skyactiv 6 speed transmission assuming it needs any-https://mazda.oemdtc.com/725/atf-fz-required-for-skyactiv-drive-6-speed-automatic-transaxle-2012-2016-mazdawhich raises the question as to whether the trans fluid can be sucked out of there and renewed? It's cork, while the OEM is the reusable type, part code 35168-33080. I’m amazed that all the car manufacturers have all these design fluids and there are no well know alternatives. I pretty much have my mind set on Penrite ATF LV and very timely too as it is on sale now! Give me sealed for life or whatever as long as I have carmaker warranty having likely copped a set of new tyres around 60k maybe a set of front pads I can stick in (nobody machines my discs) and perhaps a battery. It's your decision. 46.000km and 29.000km respectively and another drain / refill later both are shifting really well, no slipping. I'm part of the initial group, and although WS isn't the best fluid there is out there, it works and if I change it often, it'll work fine for my needs. I'd be guessing it's never been changed – we bought the car at 140k and I doubt the previous owner did it before then. Another thread reminded me of a question I’ve been meaning to ask. Think I've used 11-12l of Penrite ATF LV all up.It helps to have an assistant to run the car through the gears when it's pumping out the old fluid with the engine running. I've gone through the US forums, and there is a lot of support for a Valvoline Maxlife Multi-Vehicle ATF, e.g. When I flush mine doing the 1l out / 1l in cycle, after the 8th litre the fluid starts to come out clean out. You would think the German mob over the pond would make a better quality WS product equivalent . Toyota Ws Transmission Fluid Compatibility Articles & Shopping. It seems to me that the difference in price between proper Toyota spec fluid (sourced properly) and MaxLife isn’t more than a couple of bucks per quart. Did that to my 2001 Camry with 4 speed auto transmission. The pan only holds like half the fluid, the rest sits in the TC and hoses. The issues of Toyota transmission flushing and Toyota ATF WS are long-running, here and on other sites around the world. I would like to find out it anyone has thoughts or experience with this. . You can be our Guinea Pig! My vehicles are 10 years old and I am sure oil technology has improved. Use Toyota approved “Toyota Genuine Motor Oil” or equivalent to satisfy the following grade and viscosity. Remember if your engine or trans fails it's usually at a stage where the cost of replacement junks the car. Bear in mind that, when you drop the pan to replace the filter, you drain / fill around 2.8 litres. It meets or exceeds all Toyota warranty retirements. TOYOTA Genuine Lexus ATF Type T-IV Automatic Transmission Fluid OEM 12 Quart Type-4 ATF. I was also wondering during my next transmission service, if I am not using the same Elfmatic MV synthetic oil, do I need to do a full flush or just a drain and refill? Went through it with a fine toothed comb, I didn't see Toyota WS listed anywhere . I was thinking of using Vavoline MAX LIFE ATF. 5 out of 5 stars Scion: Toyota Genuine ATF WS (JWS3324 or NWS9638) Volvo: 31256774, 31256775; This fluid is specified for many car models, some of which we may not have listed. It just hit 150,000km. For late model, 2001+ models Toyota, Lexus and Scion used two types of transmission fluids for their automatic and hybrid trans-axles, namely T-IV (Pronounced tee-four) and WS (short for World Standard). It must be pointed out that some manufactures do not recommend a flush. Why is this? I am due for a ATF fluid exchange and am considering using this as replacement and doing changes every 100k mi. As transmissions are upgraded and improved, so must the automatic transmission fluid be upgraded. The car has the similar 6 speed tranny. Is the aftermarket gasket no good? I was thinking of using Vavoline MAX LIFE ATF. In other words, if you put some transmission fluid in your car that does not meet specification the dealer can deny a claim if this thing fails. So is this the best option to use if you don't use Toyota WS fluid?https://www.supercheapauto.com.au/p/penrite-penrite-lv-automatic-transmission-fluid---lv-4-litre/396357.html, I found this:http://www.phoenixlubricants.com.au/13web/pdf/PX%20Technician%20Series%20Transmatic%20LV%20PDS.pdf. Was 2003 the first year Toyota WS ATF fluid was installed at factory? Can one really be sure a transmission flush will not cause an issue? Modern car owners have to understand car tech and materials tech is changing all the time and requires very specific fluid technology and it's simply not worth penny pinching and getting it wrong. You either get excellent results and save money or lose quite a bit of money, but get a real education. Besides, it seems as though you have in mind to try it anyway. I have suspicions about fluids that meet too many specs, especially very particular ones. Vaoline MAX LIFE meets Toyota spec. The amount you put back in will mix with the old fluid and needs to be replaced when flushing. https://www.repco.com.au/en/brands/penrite-oil/penrite-atf-lv-multivehicle-automatic-transmission-fluid-4l/p/A9614765. The chemicals and additives included in the fluids are the specifications and they are not published, as far as I know, by the carmaker. Do you have in writing from Valvoline that they will cover damage? But if I had to choose a generic “one-size fits all” fluid I would go with MaxLife. The question of whether the genuine oil is re-branded 3309 is something we will probably never know;Mobil list it as a replacement for T-III anyway – which in all the Toyota service manuals I have is recommended as Dexron III. Huh?Last time I checked it was like $60/4L in a tin – which is reasonable enough.Why would they quote you $300? Thanks Kriger for the comments + Toyota link. CSA_. Ask your mechanic, he should know. My vehicles are 10 years old and I am sure oil technology has improved. Given every multi ATF that meets type T-IV specifications also happens to meet dexIII there cant be major differences viscosity or additive wise. Mobil 3324, has the right specs and plenty of people (Bobs forums) seem to think it is the real deal (MSDS for Toyota list Mobil). $1,057.94. The Toyota ATF is really good stuff, and if you go to any of the Toyota 4WD forums (Pradopoint, Lcool), there's a lot of discussion about the merits of the factory oil and the alternatives. That's from a dealer – and given its in a tin made in Japan I doubt its Mobil. Are you doing a full flush or just unplugging the pan? I called them and they assured me it is compatable with T-lV and WS fluid. Only 1 left! Toyota World Standard; 1 Quart Container; 12pcs per case Fits Lexus, Pontiac, Scion, Subaru, Toyota. Takes around 10-12 seconds to take 1l out, then stopped the engine and put 1l of fresh fluid in through the refill hole. It does not appear he change the transmission filter at all from since he bought the car. Please refer to your vehicle owners manual to confirm this is the correct specification fluid for your transmission. This is an excellent video: https://youtu.be/XE_pi2yyLn8, Apparently the WS is just Toyota's branding of the oil made by Idemitsu. Often flush cause sentiment to dislodge and cause problem. Specifically formulated for use in Toyota sealed automatic transmissions. It is that simple. I helped him replace a drive axle. In 2002, Toyota releases the Genuine ATF WS (World Standard) Fluid Specification (JWS3324 or NWS9638). Genuine Toyota ATF WS (World Standard) Specifically formulated by Toyota for Toyota vehicles Genuine Toyota Automatic Transmission Fluid is an advanced ATF designed by Toyota R&D specifically for Toyota automatic transmissions: Tested and approved by Toyota. Considering the Elfmatic MV did not meet WS specs, I really don't understand why the shop would fill the tranny, twice with this oil. Good work, I need to do the same for my Mondeo, the next service is over 700 due to changing the transmission oil with some special ford oil. I'd probably trust Penrite's range more, though when I look at CVT fluid for a future fluid change in my Subaru, there is a large range in brookfield viscosity between different brands claiming to be suitable (Penrite's is on the high side), and Subaru don't publish the specs of their fluid (to my knowledge), making it basically a guessing game informed by other people's experiences. It really is nothing special. If they hand out bad advice willy-nilly to those that call, hungry lawyers will descend on them like buzzards on roadkill. It's basically a - thin base oil (5.5 to 6.5 ish cST @100 degrees C) + calcium + phosphorous + boron. Didn’t have to mess with any pump. http://www.gllubricants.com/index.php?c=product&a=show&id=267&pid=78&product_id=108. I hope that will be sufficient for a full flush. Amsoil Signature Series Fuel-Efficient Synthetic Automatic Transmission Fluid. I was thinking of using Vavoline MAX LIFE ATF. Once flushed out, transmission starts to slip. making it basically a guessing game informed by other people's experiences. Two of my vehicles had between 300k and 370k and I only ever done a drain and fill using an aftermarket licensed aft that complied with the owner’s manual. Does anyone have any comments / experience of Penrite ATF LV as a Toyota WS replacement? 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