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    Salamz pakwheelers.

    I'd like to know about the transmission oil that is apripriate for my car?
    Its Passo 2007 model.
    I was in the market and shop keeper told me about this transmission oil.
    Any help would be appreciated
    Besides can any one confirm me that Passo 2007 has CVT transmission or simple automatic?

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    as far as i know it is simple auto so atf from toyota would be suitable for it.

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    Simple Automatic Transmission.. Not sure about which transmission oil to be used..

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    Brother ZIC works good for 400 rs /litre.

    Toyota ATF in tin can is 1200 rs /litre.
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    Quote Originally Posted by waqarhassanpk View Post
    Salamz pakwheelers.

    I'd like to know about the transmission oil that is apripriate for my car?
    Its Passo 2007 model.
    I was in the market and shop keeper told me about this transmission oil.
    Any help would be appreciated
    Besides can any one confirm me that Passo 2007 has CVT transmission or simple automatic?

    Transmission Oil for passo - EBE87E5F 386D 4634 AE39 4B3E8C6D751F 10209 00000AD93BEDF1C4 zps14e62113


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    my sweet heart ( passo) is 2008 model.
    recently i posted a thread but it was deleted by the editor. (still wondering why).

    anyway, passo 2007, 2008 and 2009 models are not cvt. These are simple automatic transmissions.

    am using toyota's tin pack cvt oil (rs 4800/4l) in my non cvt car and people here strongly opposed that i should have it changed quickly.
    I met n discussed the matter with many experts personally by meeting them at their places. And as a bottom line, either the transmission fluid is cvt or its simple automatic, all whats its purpose is to provide a nice lubrication to the moving parts.
    Hence i am pretty much satisfied by using cvt oil in my non cvt car and am 101% totally satisfied.

    the cvt fluids are quite expensive but these are fully synthetic and provides excellent and outstanding lubrication to the whole transmission system.

    Toyota's cvt fluid
    rs. 1200/liter
    i will inform its exact code tomorrow.
    Its mileage is 40 to 45k.

    But if you love your car, then just go to liqui moly shop and buy their cvt oil. It costs like rs 1800/liter, but this is remarkable outstanding performance liquid that provides lubrication till 100k.
    I will use the same next time.




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    Goodman don't misguide people Bhai. If ur factory manual says u need to put simple automatic fluid than do that. Liqui moly has 75W something go for that. If ur transmission is CVT than ONLY go for CVTF that's it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodMan7 View Post
    my sweet heart ( passo) is 2008 model.
    recently i posted a thread but it was deleted by the editor. (still wondering why).

    anyway, passo 2007, 2008 and 2009 models are not cvt. These are simple automatic transmissions.

    am using toyota's tin pack cvt oil (rs 4800/4l) in my non cvt car and people here strongly opposed that i should have it changed quickly.
    I met n discussed the matter with many experts personally by meeting them at their places. And as a bottom line, either the transmission fluid is cvt or its simple automatic, all whats its purpose is to provide a nice lubrication to the moving parts.
    Hence i am pretty much satisfied by using cvt oil in my non cvt car and am 101% totally satisfied.

    the cvt fluids are quite expensive but these are fully synthetic and provides excellent and outstanding lubrication to the whole transmission system.

    Toyota's cvt fluid
    rs. 1200/liter
    i will inform its exact code tomorrow.
    Its mileage is 40 to 45k.

    But if you love your car, then just go to liqui moly shop and buy their cvt oil. It costs like rs 1800/liter, but this is remarkable outstanding performance liquid that provides lubrication till 100k.
    I will use the same next time.




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    Here is the code of Toyota's CVT transmission oil.

    TOYOTA CVT FLUID TC, 4L
    Category: Transmission Fluid.
    Product Name: TOYOTA CVT FLUID TC
    Part No: 08886-02105
    Type: fully-synthetic
    Manufacturer: Exxon Mobil Japan
    Volume: 4L
    Packing: steel can
    Available Containers: 4L

    code is very very important to match exactly.

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    Thanks alot for that much passionate reply by all of you fellows. It was very sweet of everyone to give the reply
    .......
    As the fellow earlier said that if it is Non CVT, why bothering with CVT oil? So i am coming back to my question. Which Non CVT but is ok? I want quality if the price is justifiable. Please mention code number as well.


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    Bump......


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    Quote Originally Posted by waqarhassanpk View Post
    Thanks alot for that much passionate reply by all of you fellows. It was very sweet of everyone to give the reply
    .......
    As the fellow earlier said that if it is Non CVT, why bothering with CVT oil? So i am coming back to my question. Which Non CVT but is ok? I want quality if the price is justifiable. Please mention code number as well.


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    LIQUI MOLY - Motor Oils, Additives, Car Care - Products - Top Tec ATF 1200 G
    Its price is 1400/L and life is 90K or 3 years.
    Presently its available with Mr. Afzal Tahir (LM main distributor in Lahore).
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodMan7 View Post
    my sweet heart ( passo) is 2008 model.
    recently i posted a thread but it was deleted by the editor. (still wondering why).

    anyway, passo 2007, 2008 and 2009 models are not cvt. These are simple automatic transmissions.

    am using toyota's tin pack cvt oil (rs 4800/4l) in my non cvt car and people here strongly opposed that i should have it changed quickly.
    I met n discussed the matter with many experts personally by meeting them at their places. And as a bottom line, either the transmission fluid is cvt or its simple automatic, all whats its purpose is to provide a nice lubrication to the moving parts.
    Hence i am pretty much satisfied by using cvt oil in my non cvt car and am 101% totally satisfied.

    the cvt fluids are quite expensive but these are fully synthetic and provides excellent and outstanding lubrication to the whole transmission system.

    Toyota's cvt fluid
    rs. 1200/liter
    i will inform its exact code tomorrow.
    Its mileage is 40 to 45k.

    But if you love your car, then just go to liqui moly shop and buy their cvt oil. It costs like rs 1800/liter, but this is remarkable outstanding performance liquid that provides lubrication till 100k.
    I will use the same next time.





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    Are you smoking something?

    You say that all ATF are the same, then why not use regular ATF in CVT??? ATF is not just oil, its got a lot of friction modifiers in it that are blended to a specific specification in order to make a transmission work like it should. Your trans relies on fibre based clutches holding to work, CVT do not, it has a metal belt - friction requirements are different.

    Dont try to advise this idiocy to use CVTF in a shifting trans,

    Toyota T-IV (JWS 3309) is available in Pakistan from Mobil Askari Lubes - click to see yourself.

    Passenger Vehicle

    The WS is also available and is a low visosity ATF for fuel economy - both WS and T-IV are used for shiting automatic transmissions. Choose as the requirement says.

    CVT-TC is only for CVT units and should never be used in shifting trans, both static and dynamic friction properties are very different than ATF. ---- meaning you will seriously hurt your transmission. Your transmission works by stalling different clutch packs. The CVT fluid is not blended for that.

    Can you share which sort of "experts" you have consulted who approved to use CVT fluid in a shifting trans? If those experts can provide you proof of their "suggestions" you can get incredibly rich by suing toyota motor corporation Japan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodMan7 View Post
    my sweet heart ( passo) is 2008 model.
    recently i posted a thread but it was deleted by the editor. (still wondering why).

    anyway, passo 2007, 2008 and 2009 models are not cvt. These are simple automatic transmissions.

    am using toyota's tin pack cvt oil (rs 4800/4l) in my non cvt car and people here strongly opposed that i should have it changed quickly.
    I met n discussed the matter with many experts personally by meeting them at their places. And as a bottom line, either the transmission fluid is cvt or its simple automatic, all whats its purpose is to provide a nice lubrication to the moving parts.
    Hence i am pretty much satisfied by using cvt oil in my non cvt car and am 101% totally satisfied.

    the cvt fluids are quite expensive but these are fully synthetic and provides excellent and outstanding lubrication to the whole transmission system.

    Toyota's cvt fluid
    rs. 1200/liter
    i will inform its exact code tomorrow.
    Its mileage is 40 to 45k.

    But if you love your car, then just go to liqui moly shop and buy their cvt oil. It costs like rs 1800/liter, but this is remarkable outstanding performance liquid that provides lubrication till 100k.
    I will use the same next time.




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    This is incorrect information please continue using it your car but stop telling other people to screw up their car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodMan7 View Post
    my sweet heart ( passo) is 2008 model.
    recently i posted a thread but it was deleted by the editor. (still wondering why).

    anyway, passo 2007, 2008 and 2009 models are not cvt. These are simple automatic transmissions.

    am using toyota's tin pack cvt oil (rs 4800/4l) in my non cvt car and people here strongly opposed that i should have it changed quickly.
    I met n discussed the matter with many experts personally by meeting them at their places. And as a bottom line, either the transmission fluid is cvt or its simple automatic, all whats its purpose is to provide a nice lubrication to the moving parts.
    Hence i am pretty much satisfied by using cvt oil in my non cvt car and am 101% totally satisfied.

    the cvt fluids are quite expensive but these are fully synthetic and provides excellent and outstanding lubrication to the whole transmission system.

    Toyota's cvt fluid
    rs. 1200/liter
    i will inform its exact code tomorrow.
    Its mileage is 40 to 45k.

    But if you love your car, then just go to liqui moly shop and buy their cvt oil. It costs like rs 1800/liter, but this is remarkable outstanding performance liquid that provides lubrication till 100k.
    I will use the same next time.




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    There is a big warning written on CVT oils box "Do not use it in NON CVT transmission"
    You will destroy your transmission.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    Are you smoking something?

    You say that all ATF are the same, then why not use regular ATF in CVT??? ATF is not just oil, its got a lot of friction modifiers in it that are blended to a specific specification in order to make a transmission work like it should. Your trans relies on fibre based clutches holding to work, CVT do not, it has a metal belt - friction requirements are different.

    Dont try to advise this idiocy to use CVTF in a shifting trans,

    Toyota T-IV (JWS 3309) is available in Pakistan from Mobil Askari Lubes - click to see yourself.

    Passenger Vehicle

    The WS is also available and is a low visosity ATF for fuel economy - both WS and T-IV are used for shiting automatic transmissions. Choose as the requirement says.

    CVT-TC is only for CVT units and should never be used in shifting trans, both static and dynamic friction properties are very different than ATF. ---- meaning you will seriously hurt your transmission. Your transmission works by stalling different clutch packs. The CVT fluid is not blended for that.

    Can you share which sort of "experts" you have consulted who approved to use CVT fluid in a shifting trans? If those experts can provide you proof of their "suggestions" you can get incredibly rich by suing toyota motor corporation Japan.
    I agree 100%

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    Normal D4 oil cost 800 per litre tin pack

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    So whats the conclusion?? Toyota T-IV or WS??

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    I am still running that oil shown in first pic and I am satisfied

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    remove your transmission oil check dip stick, look for initials such as WS or w/e near the level marks

    if your transmission doesn't have a dipstick, then the fill bolt would have the initials embossed on it

    still better to post here complete details of your car - make/model/model year/engine
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    Are you smoking something?

    You say that all ATF are the same, then why not use regular ATF in CVT??? ATF is not just oil, its got a lot of friction modifiers in it that are blended to a specific specification in order to make a transmission work like it should. Your trans relies on fibre based clutches holding to work, CVT do not, it has a metal belt - friction requirements are different.

    Dont try to advise this idiocy to use CVTF in a shifting trans,

    Toyota T-IV (JWS 3309) is available in Pakistan from Mobil Askari Lubes - click to see yourself.

    Passenger Vehicle

    The WS is also available and is a low visosity ATF for fuel economy - both WS and T-IV are used for shiting automatic transmissions. Choose as the requirement says.

    CVT-TC is only for CVT units and should never be used in shifting trans, both static and dynamic friction properties are very different than ATF. ---- meaning you will seriously hurt your transmission. Your transmission works by stalling different clutch packs. The CVT fluid is not blended for that.

    Can you share which sort of "experts" you have consulted who approved to use CVT fluid in a shifting trans? If those experts can provide you proof of their "suggestions" you can get incredibly rich by suing toyota motor corporation Japan.
    Since we've discussed it already in separate posts that CVT oil is not good for ATF, its been over a month i've already drained that CVT oil and now consuming LM Top Tech 1200G.
    am sure in my two other posts i've already mentioned the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by huzaifa.haroon View Post
    There is a big warning written on CVT oils box "Do not use it in NON CVT transmission"
    You will destroy your transmission.

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    i've already changed it a month ago and now using LM top tech 1200G.
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