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Old 06-21-2015, 10:08 AM   #1
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Automatic Transmission Fluid

We have recently purchased a 20 year old Rockwood Regent DP, that we are having maintenance done to it. The coach has 114k miles. The engine has only 28k miles.

I can't find any pertinent information regarding ATF for this MH. Does it make any difference, which ATF that I use.

Should I consider purchasing synthetic ATF?

Diann and Eddie

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Old 06-21-2015, 10:17 AM   #2
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Eddie; Allison transmissions , have switched to a specific fluid specification.
Best thing would be to get your transmission serial number and go to the Allison web site, and enter it there , for all the information you need.

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Here's a link to another thread regarding what may be the same type MH.

1995 Rockwood motorhome

It states it has a Detroit with an Allison Trans. If yours has the same , I would suggest we move this to our Allison section for some advice. If you agree , I'll move it there.

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