What color is VW ATF?

dark red color
Transmission fluid found in a new vehicle begins as a translucent dark red color.

What type transmission fluid does VW Passat use?

OEM approved and licensed by Ford (MERCON® LV) and GM (DEXRON® -VI)

What kind of transmission fluid does a Volkswagen Beetle take?

Valvoline – MaxLife Multi-Vehicle (ATF) Full Synthetic Automatic Transmission Fluid, 1 Gallon (Part No. 773775)

What type of automatic transmission fluid should I use?

Dexron III/Mercon – This is one of the most common fluids on the market. Most GM and Ford units call for this type of ATF, as well as many imports. If your owners manual recommends any form of Dexron, or any Mercon – other than Mercon V – this is the fluid you want.

What kind of transmission fluid does Volkswagen use?

Most Popular VW Transmission Fluids Meets approvals Dexron III/VI, VW TL521. 62, Mercedes 236.10/236.12/236.14, Esso LT71141(Green Tag),…

What transmission does VW use?

The CVT, or continuously variable transmission, is one route automakers go when it comes to efficiency, but Volkswagen is prone to selecting the DSG as an upgrade.

What kind of transmission fluid does a 2007 Volkswagen Beetle take?

Volkswagen Beetle 2.5L Automatic Transmission 2007, GM Original Equipment™ Full Synthetic Dexron VI Automatic Transmission Fluid by ACDelco®. Oil Base: Full Synthetic. Oil Type: Dexron VI.

Should you use OEM transmission fluid?

These are exact same as Genuine fluid but are a much better value. If your car is more than 3 or 4 years old select an OEM part when the repair is not covered under warranty and you have to pay for it yourself. You will get the exact same fluid that was originally in your car for a better price than the genuine fluid.

What kind of transmission fluid does a Volkswagen Jetta use?

Valvoline – DEX/MERC Automatic Transmission Fluid, 1 Gallon (Part No. 773636)

When should I change my VW transmission fluid?

Volkswagen recommends a transmission fluid exchange every 30,000 to 60,000 miles for vehicles equipped with manual transmissions. If your VW comes with an automatic transmission, then expect a fluid exchange every 60,000 to 100,000 miles.

Who makes VW automatic transmissions?

Volkswagen Group
Volkswagen Automatic Transmission (Tianjin) Co., Ltd. (“VWATJ”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Volkswagen Group, is the largest green-field transmission producer of the VW Group in China. Across two plants, we produce premium quality Double-clutch Gearbox (DSG) transmissions, hybrid transmissions and e-drives.