i have a 94 4r70w and wonder the b&m trick shift the original fluid will be compatible to use in my transmission?
the guy at the part store said that it will compatible even when mercon v is required.
then after i bought it then i saw other place on the net selling synthetic one to be use on modern electronic controlled transmission.
should i return the fluid now or it will be save to be use on my car?
i have a b&m deep tranny pan with extra 3 quart capacity and also their 28k cooler waiting to be put it on but my engine's problem are holging back my time now.
thanks for the reply and i will do exactly what you told me.
Before I joined the boards, I bought the Trick Shift, and put it in. Stage 1 didn't do anything, Stage 2 shifted harder, but made the soleniods in the transmission click constantly. Then I read about it, and never used it again. It raises the line pressure in your tranny too high, which is bad. I still have it in the garage somewhere. Save the money for the JMod.
i have a friend whose dad used it in his 700R4 Camaro...he said his dad did some research and found out it was just some kind of modified Mercon 3.
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Originally posted by The Great Obucina i have a friend whose dad used it in his 700R4 Camaro...he said his dad did some research and found out it was just some kind of modified Mercon 3.
oh my god, i can't believe i've paid the price of more than mervon v to get mercon 3.
15 quarts cost me about $60 bucks. wonder where i throw my resits at????
is the valvoline mercon v good or the ammco one better?