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Subject: Re: 1997 Chrysler T&C lube advice

Date: 11/05/01 at 4:33 PM
Posted by: Brett Maynard
E-mail: maynardtechnologies1@home.com
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In Reply to: Re: 1997 Chrysler T&C lube advice posted by Greg on 11/05/01 at 2:30 PM:

Synthetic oil seepage is normally a problem with older vehicles. Newer seals will handle synthetics. However, if you have a bad seal, a PAO synthetic will find the leak. My 87 Volvo and the 1978 Ford 302ís in my yacht have some seepage. It is not sufficient to cause a drip. A little seepage that can be wiped off with a cloth, is a small price to pay for engines that are as good as new.

At this time I am not familiar with a major brand synthetic transmission fluid approved by Chrysler. There may be minor brands that I am not aware of. I suggest staying with major brands. Chrysler may even have their own brand made for them. There is a plethora of additives, but, I only suggest the use of additives to fix a specific problem.



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