Dexron VI Automatic Transmission Fluid by Amalie Oil®. Dexron™ VI Synthetic ATF is a newly designed, fully licensed (GM J-60156), next generation fluid approved for use in passenger car and light truck automatic transmissions that require a General Motors Dexron™-VI or earlier generation Dexron™ fluid. It is formulated to provide improved oxidation stability, shear stability, friction durability and foam resistance compared to earlier generation Dexron™ fluids. This unique fluid is specially formulated to provide twice the service life of a Dexron™-III (H) ATF and offers enhanced performance for both new and older transmissions. It is particularly recommended for use in new GM 6-speed automatic transmissions, and is fully backwards compatible with older GM automatic transmissions. Dexron™ VI Synthetic ATF also may be used in industrial and mobile hydraulic systems operating over a wide temperature range. Dexron™-VI Synthetic ATF meets or exceeds the requirements of: GM Dexron™-VI, Denison Hydraulics HF-0, Vickers (Eaton) M-2950-S and I-286-S, and many others.
|Oil Type: Dexron VI
|Volume: 1 Quart
- Made to provide the perfect lubricant solution for your needs
- Designed with innovative manufacturing techniques
- Made with the highest level of professionalism
- Provides exceptional drivetrain protection
Amalie® Oils continues over 100 years of excellence with synthetic oils, high-TBN fleet lubricants, specialty industrial oils that ensure only the highest quality. Its state-of-the-art main facility in Tampa, FL boasts some of the fastest and most sophisticated bottle blow-molding, blending, and packaging equipment available. Amalie Oils ships its products to every state in America and to over 100 foreign countries. Amalie's commitment to the cutting-edge lubricant technology led it to advance product testing through extreme-performance competition engines and race cars since the early 1960's. The company has a large and loyal following in the racing community and the knowledge gained there benefits all of Amalie's lubricants.