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#507281 - 06/06/04 03:18 AM What is WSA-M2C195-***
ssmokn Offline


Registered: 07/18/02
Posts: 330
Loc: USA
The used 2001 Jaguar S-Type that I recently picked up calls for WSA-M2C195-A power steering fluid.

I can't find this spec. I come up with other specs but none that specifically state WSA-M2C195-A.


Anybody know what WSA-M2C195-A is???

Thanks.

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#507282 - 06/06/04 03:30 AM Re: What is WSA-M2C195-***
brianl703 Offline


Registered: 05/07/04
Posts: 10487
Loc: Manassas, VA
A google search shows that the 1998 Ford Mustang also specs that fluid for it's power steering.

I think it's Mercon automatic transmission fluid, because that is what Ford specs for their power steering units now.

All else fails, you can get some at the Ford dealer.

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#507283 - 06/06/04 07:28 AM Re: What is WSA-M2C195-***
N2OIL Offline


Registered: 11/26/03
Posts: 231
Loc: Aviation Capital
Looking in the check-chart lubricant selection guide the 2000 S type uses a "MA"- Mercron ATF as long as it is mercron (not merconV) your fine.

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