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Posted 2022-05-13 5:37 PM (#621458)
Subject: 833 4 speed ?



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has anyone heard of or used automatic trans fluid in an 833 4 speed -----------------------------later
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Posted 2022-05-13 8:42 PM (#621459 - in reply to #621458)
Subject: Re: 833 4 speed ?



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Nope: That's for newer Manual transmissions: http://www.brewersperformance.com/proddetail.php?prod=MT-90

MT-90 Red Line manual transmission 75W90 all-synthetic lubricant. 1 quart bottle, 4 quarts required for A833 transmissions, as most require approximately 3 1/2 quarts for fill. Sold each

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Posted 2022-05-14 2:00 AM (#621464 - in reply to #621458)
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yes , i know what people say/hear say but is it true? ----------------------------------later
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Posted 2022-05-14 9:48 AM (#621466 - in reply to #621458)
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In 1973 I owned a 69 Dodge charger with an 833 4 speed and was moving to Alaska. I went to a local Chrysler dealer to ask if there was anything I should change on my car and the mechanic I talked to advised i changed the oil in the trans. to lighter motor oil or atf, and that I could run it year round. I did that and it sure shifted nice at -20 or colder and never had any problems.
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Posted 2022-05-14 3:20 PM (#621485 - in reply to #621458)
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Posted 2022-05-15 1:16 AM (#621508 - in reply to #621458)
Subject: Re: 833 4 speed ?



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to the two posts directly above , exactly what i found in my 64 chrysler and 64 dodge manual . both say to use auto trans type
A , suffix A which crosses over today to dextron . so to all those that didn't , buy a manual! -------------------------------later
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Posted 2022-05-15 1:14 PM (#621514 - in reply to #621458)
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Newer manufacturers went with ATF because it has less drag and better efficiency. It might provide a little less protection, but the main drawback is that it can drain out easier if you have a small leak.
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