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Morris Lubricants Liquimatic DII Transmission Fluid

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Main application: Recommended for use in all applications where a Dexron® IID is specified, including: automatic transmissions, powershift transmissions, fluid drives, torque converters, power steering units, motorcycle suspension forks, hydraulic systems, brake boosters, transfer boxes, PTOs, hydrostatic drives, etc.

Description

Morris Lubricants Liquimatic DII Transmission Fluid

Liquimatic DII is an automatic transmission fluid blended from highly refined mineral oils and a high
performance additive system. It is designed to meet the performance requirements of General Motors
Dexron® IID specification for transmission systems built up to 1992. This product has outstanding
resistance to high temperatures encountered during severe operating conditions, and gives excellent
protection against wear, rust and corrosion for all critical components. It is completely compatible with
all materials utilised in automatic transmissions systems, such as seals and specialised plastic parts.
Liquimatic DII will ensure smooth and responsive clutch plate and brake band operation over a wide
range of temperatures and work loads.

 

Performance Levels
GM Dexron II® D
Ford ESP-M2C138-CJ / 166-H
Physical Characteristics
Appearance Red
Density @ 15 oC 0.861
Viscosity @ 100 oC, cSt. 7.1
Viscosity @ 40 oC, cSt. 35.8
Viscosity Index 154
Flash Point (Closed) oC 194
Pour Point, oC -48
Figures based on average production values.

Additional information

Dimensions 5169860 cm
Pack Sizes

1 Litre, 5 Litre, 25 Litre, 205 Litre

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