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I to be shopping the ATF in Walmart because that my Nissan Altima. I discover Tech 2000/Super tech ATF, Castrol MP Dexron III/Mercon and Valvoline MaxLife ATF Dexron III/Mercon (for high purpose of use > 7,5000 miles cars). They all says meeting Dexron III/Mercon standards. My Atima manual argues "Genuine Nissan Matic D ATF (Continental U.S. And Alaska) or Canada NISSAN Automatic infection Fluid, and Dexron™ III/Mercon™ or identical may also be used".My 2003 altima is over 8,5000 miles. I m sorry brand need to I pick for mine car? Is Valvoline MaxLife ATF(for high mileage) the ideal substitute because that Canada NISSAN Automatic infection Fluid?Any entry is appreciated!__________________2003 Nissan Altima 2.5 S (8,5000 miles)
I have actually been using castrol dex III (H) because that the past 10k, yet it"s hard to find dex III (H) everywhere now due to the fact that Dex through came out.I have heard the Castrol import is a good fluid, it says on the party it is a MaticD substitute.

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Granted, its not at Walmart, however its an excellent stuff.

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