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Old Apr 22, 2009, 08:40 PM   #1
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How much fluid DIAMOND ATF SP III? Equivalent?

Manual transaxle- DiaQueen NEW MULTI GEAR OIL API classification GL-3, SAE 75W-80

-> AMSOIL MTG 75w-90 or REDLINE MTL 70w-80 . MT-90, will work.

NEED: 2.64 qt

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Transfer oil- MITSUBISHI limited slip differential oil (LSD) or equivalent

AMSOIL SEVERE GEAR 75w-90 or REDLINE 75w-90, will work.

NEED: .95 qt
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AYC differential gear oil (Differential mechanism part)- MITSUBISHI Limited Slip Differential Oil (LSD) or equivalent

AMSOIL SEVERE GEAR 75w-90 or REDLINE 75w-90, will work.

NEED: .58 qt

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AYC differential gear oil (Torque transfer part)- DIAMOND ATF SP III

EQUIVALENT: AMSOIL ATF, MOTUL MULTI ATF, REDLINE D4 ATF, CASTROL MULTI ATF

NEED: 0.58- 0.63qt

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http://www.castrol.com/castrol/secti...tentId=7028224 is supposedly equivalent.

Why not just get it from the dealer? They've never charged me more than $7/qt for SP-III.
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http://www.castrol.com/castrol/secti...tentId=7028224 is supposedly equivalent.

Why not just get it from the dealer? They've never charged me more than $7/qt for SP-III.
I am just wondering. Since there is sometimes better fluids to run than OEM.

Right now I found that AMSOIL, MOTUL, and CASTROL produce a equivalent.
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I'm reading the service manual right now and it says 0.58 - 0.63 qt from being drained, on the AYC torque transfer mechanism.

http://mitsubishipowered.com/downloa...0001900-27.pdf Pg. 29
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Update for anyone.

Contacted Redline regarding which ATF to use for the rear diff torque transfer part. Waiting for response.

Response: Redline D4 ATF

http://www.redlineoil.com/product.aspx?pid=51&pcid=7
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Which Amsoil fluid is the equivalent?
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Which Amsoil fluid is the equivalent?
AMSOIL ATF is equivalent for the rear diff transfer unit.
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is this all we need to flush all the fluid? or what else we need to change?
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front ACD and rear Diff use the same gear oil? or does the ACD only use the ATF? I'm pretty sure the ACD also uses two oil types.

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guys help in this one its urgent.
i m going to service my car soon the oil i m going to use.

1) castrol 10w-50 for the engine. i live in dubai is its hot over here.

2)transmission MT 90-GL4-75W 90.

3)Transfer case and the rear diff : diqqueen LSD.

is i m missing to change any other oil in the car ?
plz help
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guys help in this one its urgent.
i m going to service my car soon the oil i m going to use.

1) castrol 10w-50 for the engine. i live in dubai is its hot over here.

2)transmission MT 90-GL4-75W 90.

3)Transfer case and the rear diff : diqqueen LSD.

is i m missing to change any other oil in the car ?
plz help
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AYC differential gear oil (Torque transfer part)- DIAMOND ATF SP III

EQUIVALENT: AMSOIL ATF, MOTUL MULTI ATF, REDLINE D4 ATF, CASTROL MULTI ATF

NEED: 0.58- 0.63qt
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You're missing this.
AYC differential gear oil (Torque transfer part)- DIAMOND ATF SP III

EQUIVALENT: AMSOIL ATF, MOTUL MULTI ATF, REDLINE D4 ATF, CASTROL MULTI ATF

NEED: 0.58- 0.63qt
thx mate, so i can use any of this following oil.
EQUIVALENT: AMSOIL ATF, MOTUL MULTI ATF, REDLINE D4 ATF, CASTROL MULTI ATF?????
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You're missing this.
AYC differential gear oil (Torque transfer part)- DIAMOND ATF SP III

EQUIVALENT: AMSOIL ATF, MOTUL MULTI ATF, REDLINE D4 ATF, CASTROL MULTI ATF

NEED: 0.58- 0.63qt
but i think rear diff is in the back trunk ? and the AYC is under the hood ? right ?
and dia queed lsd will use in the t-case and the rear deff ? right !
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front ACD and rear Diff use the same gear oil? or does the ACD only use the ATF? I'm pretty sure the ACD also uses two oil types.

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no acd uses normal gl5 gear oil..

to clear things up..

for the rear diff, you need two oils... normal gear oil and ayc oil (amsoil synthetic atf is great)

acd needs normal gl5 gear oil just like the gearbox..

hydraulic control system for the centre and rear diffs also uses ayc/atf fluid, but you do not need to change that often..
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