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    Caltex the best in all lubricants.
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    Quote Originally Posted by umair86pk View Post
    Which fluid will be best for Civic 2004 automatic?
    well if you use the term best then it will be the one recommended by honda and you can get if from authorized dealer
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    please dont settle for after market fluids recently i was reading a price list Civic transmision fluid ranges from 350 to 750 (manual and Auto) so its better that u get orignal Honda ones. mayb u can get it changed by ur own mechanic but use only the one specified by the company.
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    Get HONDA OEM ATF....!!
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    please do remember,

    AT Transmission is highly dependent on fluid (ATF) Quality. An average rise in 20F cuts its life half. This would cost you around 4 to 5 thousand. If you use Rs 700 market fluid, it may eventually cost you 35000. Go to authorized dealer.

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    use orignal...i think honda uses caltex too
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    can anyone specify the exact type of fluid?
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