Transmission fluid type

Asked by Dec 17, 2015 at 04:04 PM about the 1995 Chevrolet Suburban C2500

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Does dextron III or mercon fluid work in my
vehicle

5 Answers

655

Dextron III is the OEM recommended. If you have it flushed or rebuilt, GM recommends Dextron VI.

42,455

But do not ever get talked into having a trany flushed. It will only cause grief within a year.

35,045

Uhhh, it is Dexron, not Dextron. I just learned that 2 weeks ago after 60 years. LOL. Put only what is recommend by the manufacturer in your transmission. It is likely Dexron III.

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655

Thanks Bob you are so right about that darn spelling...lol

35,045

Heck, I still wrongfully call it Dextron.

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