Aisin ws fluid

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Description

Aisin type WS ("World Standard") fluid is the factory fill ATF for modern 6- and 8-speed Aisin-Warner automatic transmissions, including the TF and TG used in many late-model Volvos. This fluid is also specc'd for some later 5-speed automatic AW50 and AW55 transmissions, such as in late S40 IIs, V50s, and C30s.

This fluid is a special low-friction, low-viscosity formula developed by Aisin-Warner specifically for their transmissions, and is not compatible with other ATFs such as Dexron III or VI.

Please check the compatibility list below before ordering!

Additional Keywords: JWS TRANS ATF TRANNY

About Aisin

AISIN was founded in as an OE manufacturer. And has been used with such brands for OE parts as Volvo, BMW and Audi/ VW. 

"Superior products through engineering excellence" is the progressive technological development and dedication to service that are factors which have contributed to bringing AISIN to its position as a multi-award-winning global leader in automotive parts. AISIN focuses on research and developement at the core of what they do, and that dedication is reflected in the products they create. 

AISIN's cooling, drivetrain, clutches, and engine replacement parts, including pumps and hydraulics, are produced to the same exacting standards that original equipment manufacturers use in building their vehicles.

 

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Additional Product Fitment Information

AISIN World Corp. of America (AWA) parent company, AISIN Seiki Co. Ltd., was founded in as an OE manufacturer. Approximately 24% of its ownership is retained by Toyota today. As AISIN entered the U.S. aftermarket in the focus then was on the rebuilder market. At that time the rebuilders were very strong and the product AISIN sold mainly went to those rebuilders, they would either supplement their core supplies with Aisin products or sell them as new or reman products.

AISIN was limited to selling products that included clutches and later water pumps. Eventually the company began selling to the repackagers, and many shops throughout the country have likely used Aisin parts packaged under another companys brand.

AISIN operates as a conscientious corporate citizen, dedicated to quality and innovation. This is the philosophy that has built a $25+ billion global enterprise with approximately 70, employees worldwide.

Superior products through engineering excellence, progressive technological development and dedication to service are some factors which have contributed to bringing AISIN to its position as a multi-award-winning global leader in automotive parts. Their intense focus on research and development is the commitment that enables the company to offer vital, leading edge technology to the automotive industry.

AISIN's cooling, drivetrain, clutches, and engine replacement parts, including pumps and hydraulics, are produced to the same exacting standards that original equipment manufacturers use in building their vehicles.

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MJ MITASU LOW VISCOSITY MV ATF % Synthetic

MITASU LOW VISCOSITY MV ATF % Synthetic is a low viscosity, Multi-Vehicle (MV), fuel-efficient automatic transmission fluid formulated with the patented technology and premium additives. The product is red in colour.

APPLICATION

MITASU LOW VISCOSITY MV ATF % Synthetic was developed for a wide range of modern models of European, Asian and American passenger cars, vans and SUVs, with automatic transmissions designed for energy-efficient low-viscosity fluids, including those equipped with sequential electronically controlled automatic transmissions. The product performance meets the requirements of the world's auto manufacturers and the latest generation of automatic transmissions.

SPECIFICATIONS / APPROVALS

∙ AISIN WARNER AW-1 / JWS
∙ AISIN WARNER NWS (T5)
∙ ATF
∙ ATF
∙ ATF M
∙ AUDI / VW / SEAT / SKODA G
∙ AUDI / VW / SEAT / SKODA G
∙ FORD / LINCOLN MERCON LV / SP
∙ GM DEXRON-VI
∙ HONDA / ACURA ATF DW-1
∙ HYUNDAI / KIA ATF SP-IV / SPH-IV
∙ JAGUAR C2C / Fluid
∙ LAND ROVER TYK
∙ MASERATI
∙ MAZDA ATF FZ (00FZ01ATF)
∙ MERCEDES-BENZ / 14 /41
∙ MMC DIA QUEEN ATF J3
∙ MMC DIA QUEEN ATF-PA
∙ NISSAN / INFINITI MATIC FLUID S
∙ TOYOTA / LEXUS / SCION ATF WS
∙ ZF Lifeguard 6 / 6 Plus / 8

APPLICATION BENEFITS

MITASU LOW VISCOSITY MV ATF % Synthetic provides:

∙ Fuel efficiency
∙ Stable performance in a wide range of temperatures
∙ Improved anti-vibration properties
∙ High resistance to foaming
∙ Maximum friction reduction
∙ Wide range of applications
∙ Corrosion protection

The latest technologies of MITASU OIL CORPORATION, Japan ensure that automatic transmission fluids manufactured by the company exceed the requirements of car manufacturers such as TOYOTA, LEXUS, NISSAN, INFINITI, HONDA, ACURA, MERCEDES-BENZ, BMW, AUDI, VW, HYUNDAI, KIA, FORD, GM, CHRYSLER and others.

Technical characteristics
Technical propertyMethodResult
Density at 15°CASTM D0,
Flash point, °CASTM D
Pour point, °CASTM D
ColorVisualRed
Viscosity indexASTM D
Kinematic viscosity at 40°C (cSt)ASTM D29,78
Kinematic viscosity at °C (cSt)ASTM D6,23

Due to continual product research and development, the information contained herein is subject to change without notification.

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TOYOTA WS ATF old formulation vs TOYOTA ATF WS new formulation any difference, TOYOTA TRANSMISSION

ATF WS

Product Description:

ATF WS is a fully synthetic low viscosity fluid for automatic transmission with or without slip controlled lock-up clutch system.  Specifically engineered for 6 speed system of TOYOTA and LEXUS vehicles, equipped with AISIN-WARNER automatic transmissions.  Reduces friction in automatic gearbox to optimize fuel economy.

ATF WS provides full protection to all parts of the transmission system and guarantees a reliable performance even in high loads.  Superior automatic transmission response and smoother gear shifts.  It meets the requirements of all AISIN-WARNER automatic transmission in Japanese, American, European and other OEMs requiring a WS fluid.

APPLICATION

Recommended for use in and above TOYOTA, LEXUS, VOLVO, and other 6 speed AISIN-WARNER automatic transmission systems where WS is required.  Suitable for use in many TOYOTA & LEXUS hybrid CVT cars.

NOT backward compatible with ATF Type T-IV or DEXRON ATF.

WARRANTY

ATF WS meets or exceeds the OEM’s warranty requirements where WS fluid is required.  TOTACHI® guarantees full compliance on the written specifications indicated on product labels.

CUSTOMER BENEFITS

Fuel economy
Excellent fluidity at low temperatures which enhances smoother gear shifts during start up, allowing lesser fuel consumption.

Extended protection
Wear protection, better shear stability and oxidation resistance in hot temperatures, key factors to prolong the transmission system life.

Optimized drain intervals
Superior control of sludge, varnish, rust, corrosion and other harmful deposits to ensure maximum fluid life.

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Toyota Automatic Transmission Fluid

Toyota markets their own automatic transmission fluids under the Toyota brand name.[1] Toyota does not license their automatic transmission fluid specifications to companies who wish to manufacture the fluid and sell it under their own brand names. Toyota dealerships and online retailers sell the Toyota branded fluids today. If the official Toyota logo is not found on the container, the fluid may not be Toyota approved and the fluid cannot be guaranteed to meet Toyota's specifications.

Toyota Automatic Transmission Fluids (ATF)[edit]

The original Toyota Type-T transmission fluid was not introduced until Over the years, the original specification was supplanted by Type T-II, Type T-IV, and the WS fluid, which is the latest fluid. Toyota has upgraded the ATF specifications over the years; the newer fluids are not always backward compatible with previous fluids. Newer 6, 8, and speed transmissions as well as Hybrid-Electric (HEV), Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV), CVTs, and Electric Vehicle (EV) transmission technologies require specialized fluids to operate properly. There remains a market for older fluids that claim to meet the earlier fluid specifications. See the details below for backward compatibility of each fluid.

Before Toyota ATF - - [edit]

- GM Type "A" Suffix "A" Fluid[edit]

GM Licensed Mobilfluid ATF Type "A" Suffix "A" GM License No. AQ-ATFA

Mobilfluid ATF Type "A" Suffix "A" GM License No. AQ-ATFA

In , General Motors (GM) released a new Type "A" Suffix "A" fluid specification.[2] This fluid was better suited for the higher fluid temperatures caused by the unique torque converters and higher power engines of the day. The fluid specification was revised again in , , and

In , Toyota adopted the GM Type "A" Suffix "A" fluid specification. Toyota recommended the following brands of Type "A" Suffix "A" fluids:

  • BP ATF Type "A" Suffix "A" fluid
  • Caltex Texamatic Type "A" Suffix "A" fluid
  • Esso Standard ATF Type "A" Suffix "A" fluid
  • Mobil Mobilfluid Type "A" Suffix "A" fluid (see photos)
  • Shell Donax T-6 Type "A" Suffix "A" fluid

This fluid was first used in the Toyota Corona (RT40, RS43L, MS43L, RT43L) used the following transmissions:

  • A10 2-Speed Toyoglide Semi-Automatic transmission (Toyota's first semi-automatic transmission)
  • A20 2-Speed Toyoglide Automatic transmission (Toyota's first fully automatic transmission)

- Ford Type-F Fluid[edit]

TexacoTexamatic Type-F ATF. Ford License No. 2P

In , Toyota adopted the Ford Type-F (M2CF) fluid specification.[3] This upgraded fluid had improved low-temperature viscosity to provide for adequate shifting times in low temperatures. The fluid also had better oxidation resistance characteristics which resulted in longer fluid life.

Toyota recommended the following brands of Ford Type-F fluids:

  • Castrol TQ Type-F
  • BP ATF Type-F
  • Caltex Texamatic Fluid Type-F (see photo)
  • Esso Standard Glides
  • Mobil Mobilfluid ATF
  • Shell Donax T-7
  • White Rose Type 7 ATF

This fluid was first used in the Toyota Crown and Corona Mark II with the following transmission:

  • A30 3-Speed Toyoglide transmission.

- GM Dexron (B) Fluid[edit]

GM Dexron (B) ATF. GM License No. B

In , Toyota adopted the GM Dexron (B) fluid specification.[4] This upgraded fluid had improved low-temperature viscosity to provide for adequate shifting times in low temperatures. The fluid also had better oxidation resistance characteristics which resulted in longer fluid life. Toyota became a licensed reseller of the GM Dexron (B) fluid; it was marketed under the Toyota brand name.

This fluid is backward compatible with all Type "A" Suffix "A", but not Ford's Type-F fluid.

This fluid was first used in the following transmissions:

  • Toyota A32 3-Speed Electronically Controlled Automatic Transmission (EAT) RWD.[5]
  • Toyota A40 (Developed with BorgWarner) (AW) 3-Speed RWD

- Dexron II(C) Fluid[edit]

In , Toyota adopted the GM (MS) with GM Dexron-II(C). This upgraded fluid had new oxidation and rust inhibitors to replace the previous sperm whale oil additive. The fluid also had better oxidation resistance characteristics which resulted in longer fluid life. Toyota became a licensed reseller of the GM Dexron-II(C) fluid; it was marketed under the Toyota brand name. This fluid superseded the previous fluid.

- Dexron II(D) Fluid[edit]

Toyota Dexron-III ATF

Toyota Dexron III Fluid Rear

In , Toyota adopted the GM (GMM) with GM Dexron-II(D) fluid specification. The fluid had better oxidation resistance characteristics which resulted in longer fluid life. Toyota became a licensed reseller of the GM Dexron-II(D) fluid; it was marketed under the Toyota brand name. This fluid superseded the previous fluid.

This fluid was first used in the following transmissions:

  • Toyota A40D 4-speed AT with Overdrive RWD (A World's First)[6]
  • Toyota A55 3-Speed FWD
  • Toyota A43DL 4-Speed RWD w/TCC
  • Toyota A43DE 4-Speed w/TCC World's first microcomputer-controlled RWD AT[7]
  • Toyota AL/AE World's first FWD 4-Speed w/TCC ATX - Camry[8]
  • Toyota AL 4-speed AT for trucks
  • Toyota AH Electronic controlled AWD RWD 4-Speed w/TCC
  • Toyota AE Electronic controlled RWD 4-Speed w/TCC

NOTICE: The Dexron-II(D) fluid was superseded by the GM Dexron-III(H) fluid specification in (See Toyota Technical Service Bulletin TC)

Toyota ATF - Today[edit]

- Type T Fluid[edit]

In , Toyota released their first automatic transmission fluid specification; Toyota Type T Fluid (See Toyota TSB Volume )

This fluid was first used in the following transaxles:

  • AH AWD transaxle in the Corolla
  • Toyota AH Electronic controlled AWD[9] 4-Speed transaxle w/TCC
  • Toyota AH Electronic controlled AWD 4-Speed w/TCC.

This fluid is not backward compatible with any previous Toyota recommended fluid.

- Type T-II Fluid[edit]

Toyota made several changes to their transmission fluid recommendations:

  1. Toyota released the Type T-II ATF High-Performance Fluid Specification for AEi in Turbo Supra and others.
  2. Replaces Dexron II(E) with Dexron III(G).

This fluid is not backward compatible with the previous Type T fluid.

This fluid was first used in the following transmissions:

  • Toyota AEi Electronic controlled RWD 4-Speed w/TCC – Turbo Supra
  • Toyota AE Electronic controlled RWD 5-Speed w/TCC – Lexus GS

- Type T-III Fluid[edit]

In , some early OBD-II phase-in vehicles experienced a P DTC (Random Misfire). Engineers determined that road forces being transferred through the Torque Converter Clutch (TCC) was affecting the normal rotational fluctuations of the crankshaft and tricked the ECM into thinking there was a cylinder misfire.

The solution was to create a new kind of TCC that would normally slip around 35&#;rpm. Toyota called theirs a Slip Controlled Lock-Up Clutch (SCLC), other manufacturers had their own names. Some SCLC systems had a shudder or vibration during normal operation. Engineers tried several computer calibration changes, but a revised fluid was also needed to address the issue.

- Type T-IV Fluid[edit]

In , Toyota releases the Genuine ATF Type T-IV Fluid Specification (JWS). This fluid was the Next Generation High-Performance ATF for Slip-Controlled Automatic Transmissions.[13] This fluid replaces Type T-III, Type T-II and Type T fluids in all vehicles. All vehicles produced after with Automatic Transmissions specified to use ATF Type T, T–II and T–IV. (See Bulletin TC–99).[14] Do not confuse this fluid with Chrysler's Mopar ATF+4, they are not interchangeable.

NOTICE:

  • Type T-IV fluid is backward compatible with the previous Type T fluid.
  • Type T-IV can replace Type T-II fluids; however, they should not be mixed.

This fluid was first used in the following transmissions:

- WS Fluid[edit]

Toyota WS ATF for Japan

Toyota WS ATF for USA

In , Toyota releases the Genuine ATF WS (World Standard) Fluid Specification (JWS or NWS).[16][17] This fluid is not backward compatible with previous Toyota fluids or Dexron fluids. Almost all and above Toyota vehicles with automatic transmissions use the WS fluid specification. This fluid absorbs moisture and should never be reused. Always use fluid from an unopened container. See Toyota bulletin T-SB

Toyota asserts that under normal usage, the fluid has a ,&#;km (, miles) maintenance interval for inspection only; ATF-WS does not require any flushing or changing during the life of the vehicle; however, an inspection of the maintenance schedule of many Toyota vehicles reveals that there is a ,&#;km (60, miles) replacement interval if the vehicle is used on short trips, city driving, hauling heavy loads, trailer towing, or using a car-top hauler. Check your own maintenance schedule for your vehicle's requirements.

This fluid is not backward compatible with any previous Toyota recommended fluid.

This fluid was first used in the following transmissions:

  • Toyota P Hybrid Transaxle[18]
  • AB60E 6-speed transmission
  • UE 6-speed transaxle
  • AA80E 8-speed automatic (World's first 8-speed light duty transmission)8[19]
  • AGA0E Speed Transmission[20]

- CVT Fluid TC[edit]

In , Toyota released the CVT fluid TC fluid specification for Continuously Variable Transmissions (CVT).

This fluid was first used in the following transmission:

  • K41B (Scion IQ)

- CVT Fluid FE[edit]

In , Toyota released the CVT fluid FE fluid specification for Continuously Variable Transmissions (CVT).

This fluid was first used in the following transmissions:

  • K (Corolla)
  • K41B (Scion IQ)
  • K (C-HR)
  • K (Yaris Thailand, Rumion )
  • K (Corolla)

Toyota "Lifetime" ATF[edit]

Example Maintenance Schedules[edit]

Toyota ATF Change Interval under "Normal Driving" Conditions*
Fluid SpecificationMiles
GM Type "A" Suffix "A"

&#;

15,
Ford Type-F

&#;

24,
GM Dexron (B)

&#;

24,
GM Dexron-II(C)

&#;

50,
GM Dexron-II(D)

&#;

50,
Type T

&#;

50,
Type T-II

&#;

50,
Type T-III

&#;

50,
Type T-IV

&#;

,
WS

&#;

,
*See your vehicle maintenance guide for definition of "Normal Driving" conditions and recommended service interval
Toyota ATF Change Interval under "Special Operating" Conditions*
Fluid SpecificationMiles
GM Type "A" Suffix "A"

&#;

7,
Ford Type-F

&#;

12,
GM Dexron (B)

&#;

12,
GM Dexron-II(C)

&#;

25,
GM Dexron-II(D)

&#;

25,
Type T

&#;

25,
Type T-II

&#;

25,
Type T-III

&#;

25,
Type T-IV

&#;

30,
WS

&#;

60,
*See your vehicle maintenance guide for definition of "Special Operating" conditions and recommended service interval

Toyota Lifetime automatic transmission fluids made from higher quality base oil and an additive package are more chemically stable, less reactive, and do not experience oxidation as easily as lower quality fluids made from lower quality base oil and an additive package. Therefore, higher quality transmission fluids can last a long time in normal driving conditions (Typically , miles (,&#;km) or more).

The definition of 'Lifetime Fluid" differs from transmission manufacturer to transmission manufacturer. Always consult the vehicle maintenance guide for the proper service interval for the fluid in your transmission and your driving conditions.

Camry Example[edit]

According to the Scheduled Maintenance Guide of a Toyota Camry with WS "Lifetime Fluid" and an 8-speed automatic transmission, the automatic transmission fluid never needs to be changed under "Normal" driving conditions; however, there are Additional Maintenance Items for Special Operating Conditions:[21]

Normal Driving

  • Carry passengers and cargo within recommended limits on the Tire and Loading Information label
  • Driven on reasonable road surfaces within legal driving limits.

Under "Normal" driving conditions, the automatic transmission fluid never needs to be changed.

Special Operating Conditions

  • Driving while towing
  • Using a car-top carrier
  • Heavy vehicle loading
  • Extensive idling and/or low speed driving for a long distance such as police, taxi or door-to-door delivery use.

Under "Special Operating Conditions", replace automatic transmission fluid and filter every 60,&#;mi (96,&#;km) or 72 Months.

Tacoma Example[edit]

According to the Scheduled Maintenance Guide of a Toyota Tacoma with WS "Lifetime Fluid" and an 6-speed automatic transmission, the automatic transmission fluid never needs to be changed under "Normal" driving conditions; however, there are Additional Maintenance Items for Special Operating Conditions:[22]

Normal Driving

  • Carry passengers and cargo within recommended limits on the Tire and Loading Information label
  • Driven on reasonable road surfaces within legal driving limits.

Under "Normal" driving conditions, the automatic transmission fluid never needs to be changed.

Special Operating Conditions

  • Driving while towing
  • Using a car-top carrier
  • Heavy vehicle loading
  • Extensive idling and/or low speed driving for a long distance such as police, taxi or door-to-door delivery use.

Under "Special Operating Conditions", replace automatic transmission fluid and filter every 60,&#;mi (96,&#;km) or 72 Months.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

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