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Old 07-26-2017, 01:50 PM   #1
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Paragon transmission oil

It's time to change my transmission oil. I've only done it once a few years ago ant at the time I got the Valvoline (red bottle). I went to two auto stores this week and they didn't have that specific brand. I was told I could use the Mobil equivalent (blue bottle). Apparently the D/M stands for Dexron/Mercon. Just want to make sure I got the right things. Also, can I mix the two brands? I have some left in the Valvoline bottle and I would hate to just throw it away.
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Type A, or F or Dextron type III or Mercron. It doesn't seem to matter.
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Any issue if I mix the 2 brands?
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I can't image any.
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