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Redline 30504 D4 ATF Automatic Transmission Fluid, 5 Gallon
Redline 30504 D4 ATF Automatic Transmission Fluid, 5 Gallon

Redline 30504 D4 ATF Automatic Transmission Fluid, 5 Gallon

5 gallons Liquid Measurement

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Redline 30504 D4 ATF Automatic Transmission Fluid, 5 Gallon
Redline 30504 D4 ATF Automatic Transmission Fluid, 5 Gallon
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MFG. Part #:
30506
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5 gallons
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Red line D4 Automatic Transmission Fluid is a Versatile ATF used in many applications. Provides a GL-4 level of gear protection. Excellent in cold weather operation! Can also be used with manual transmissions and transaxles such as T-5, T-45, T-56 and late-model BMW.

  • Red Line offers the widest selection of fully-synthetic ATF on the market today
  • Each offer improved thermal stability, maintain viscosity levels, and feature lower volatility while providing the required frictional characteristics of each fluid's OEM-style replacement
  • Reduced oxidation and lower volatility at high temperature
  • Allows high-temp operation without varnishing valves and clutches
  • Extended drain intervals
  • Sold as a 5 gallons
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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