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    I own a 2000 G.Chrokee. I had the transmission oil changed (Billstein system pumping old oil out with new oil). Instead of the ATF+4 they put ATF+3 (Dextron III). What are the expected consecuences? ATF+4 is difficult to get in my country (Venezuela) and if found, extreemely expensive (around US$ 75(galon). Thanks for any feed-back.

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    What does the owners manual recomend? If ATF+3, then no issues, if ATF+4, you could end up with some problems down the road.

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      I hope they used ATF +3; It is not the same as Dextron III. If they used ATF +3 and you do not have any slippage or lagging while shifting gears you will probably not have any problems. If they used Dextron III; I would certainly have it flushed and refilled before it causes any permanent damage. Chrysler transmissions are not real forgiving when it comes to fluids.

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        I'm with Blu, check the owner's manual. Odds are, for a 2000, it probably did spec ATF+3. You should be ok.

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          I..think..the..same.ATF+3.should..be..OK!

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