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    Exclamation Daihatsu Mira X Limited CTV Transmission Fluid

    I have Daihatsu Mira (X-Limited 2010 Model), when bought it was already 34000 KM on odo and now its 40700 KM. I want to change its transmission fluid as Change due on every 20000KMs. Now I am searching for the compatible CVTF fluid oil for my car Mira X-Limited (2010).
    i have attached the dipstick screenshots where the fluid name is mentioned in japanese. I have tried to translate it using Google Translator and found that it is Daihatsu Amikkusu CVTF Fluid DC (Ammix CVTF Fluid DC).

    Here I need help from you expert ppl that:

    1. Am i right that in Mira X-Limited, the transmission oil would be Daihatsu Ammix CVTF Fluid DC ?
    2. Does anyone change the Transmission fluid in his/her Daihatsu Mira CVT car ?

    Thanks For your help :-)
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    Hi

    Is the Toyota CVTF TC working good in your car? how much was replaces? liters i mean. I have to change CVTF of my Mira X 2011.

    Quote Originally Posted by tab001 View Post
    Is it available in Pakistan ? Or needs to import ? BTW i have changed the CVT oil and used Toyota CVTF TC in my Daihatsu Mira X Limited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bilalahm View Post
    Japanese vs German......... you decide :-)
    if deciding on nationalities then americans are pretty good at blending lubricants, german are not, the german domain is metallurgy and design.

    Japanese are famous for making a design low cost.

    rest aside.

    use the manufacturer recommendation - in this case its a dai/toyo problem, both are the same
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