Yo Oil Guys.
I recently did a siphon/fill of my daughter's car power steering as noted here: post on bitog
That got me thinking about next year when I do this to her car again. So I did some research on Chrysler ATF+4 certified brands.
I found that most were basically the same except for Citgo Transgard ATF+4. For some reason, according to their product data sheet, it is nearly on par with Redline C+, particularly for the pour point. I know pour point is not the ultimate factor, but, it is a good consideration. I live in Minnesota and the depth of winter can see some mighty cold temps. And I have heard it said that ATF+4 is a tight spec.
What do you guys think? is this Citgo ATF+4 better than most of the others?
Citgo Transgard ATF+4 shows a Pour Point of -70f/-57c
Redline C+ shows a pour point of -76f/-60c
Valvoline ATF+4 shows a pour point of -54f/-48c (I used this in my daughter's car)Citgo ATF+4 PDSValvoline ATF+4 PDSRedline C+ PDS