What type of transmission fluid does a Land Rover take?

FRAM Transmission Fluid – Dexron III / Mercon Multi-Vehicle Automatic Transmission Fluid: 1 Quart (Part No. F420)

What oil do I use in a manual transmission?

Manual transmission fluid, like engine oil, is generally brown to amber in color. Commonly recommended manual transmission fluid formulations include SAE 80W, 75W-90, 80W-90 and SAE 90. In some cases, a multi-grade engine oil or automatic transmission fluid may be recommended.

What oil goes in a R380 gearbox?

MTF94 will be recognised by its orange/honey colour as opposed to the red Dexron II oil previously used, and is now available from Land Rover Parts. It is now the only oil which should be used for topping up and complete fill on R380/PG1 gearbox applications.

What kind of transmission fluid does a 2006 Range Rover take?

Land Rover Range Rover Sport HSE / Supercharged USA Built 2006, GM Original Equipment™ SAE 75W-90 Synthetic API GL-5/Dexron LS Gear Oil, 32 oz by ACDelco®.

Is manual transmission fluid same as gear oil?

The simplest answer to the difference between transmission fluid and gear oil is in the purpose for which they are designed. Transmission fluid is engineered to work with automatic transmissions, whereas gear oil is typically intended to work with manual-type gear boxes.

Can I use ATF in a manual transmission?

Will automatic transmission fluid work in a manual transmission? Yes – provided the original equipment manufacturer recommends it. It’s important to check your owner’s manual to make sure before dumping ATF in your manual transmission. In fact, some manuals may call for a gear lube or even a motor oil in older units.

How much oil does a R380 gearbox take?

2.5 litres is the usual amount req on all the ones we do.

What is MTF94 oil?

MTF 94 is a proven performance multigrade manual transmission oil. This highly shear stable fluid is designed specifically for passenger car manual transmissions.

How do you check the transmission fluid on a 2008 Range Rover?

Steps to Checking Your Transmission Fluid

  1. Turn the car on.
  2. Find the transmission fluid dipstick.
  3. Remove the dipstick and touch the fluid, moving it around between your thumb and forefinger.
  4. Use a rag to wipe off the dipstick.
  5. Use a funnel to bring the fluid level up to the right spot.

Where is the transmission dipstick on a Land Rover?

Find the transmission fluid dipstick–it’s typically located towards the front of the engine. Checking the fluid quality–Pull out the dipstick and touch the fluid, moving it around between your thumb and forefinger. The fluid should be nearly clear, with a pink hue.

How do you check the transmission fluid in a 2005 Range Rover?