Adding to the confusion, or perhaps clearing it?
"Dexron III/Mercon Automatic Transmission
Fluid (ATF) is LUB<>LINE’s
premier transmission fluid and is the most universal product available.
...This product is excellent for manual transmission too, and may be used wherever Dexron III, Dexron II-E, Dexron II-D, Dexron II, Type A, Type A suffix A, Allison C-3, C-4, Caterpillar TO-2 fluids are called for."
From some company I never met on the web, LubLine at
And from Esso/Imperial Oil
"ESSO ATF MERCON® V / DEXRON®-III is
MERCON® V, DEXRON®-III and MERCON®M2C-138CJ or Ford M2C-166H, including:"
approved. It is recommended for passenger car
and light duty truck transmissions from
manufacturers specifying DEXRON®-III,
DEXRON®-II, DEXRON®, MERCON® V,
MERCON®, Type A Suffix A, Type A, Ford
Apparently universal products are all the rage these days?
What's the matter, they won't sell you a franchise/distributorship in your area? I thought the great thing about the whole AMSOIL system was that anyone could join it and become a reseller. No more?