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2011 Ram 1500 Power Steering Fluid 6 Cyl 3.7L Eneos - Synthetic oil

P311-0B15973    3111-300  New

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Eneos Power Steering Fluid
  • ECO ATF Plus, PN 3111-300
  • ; ENEOS ECO ATF Plus; 1 x 1 qt; Filling capacity: 0.793 US quarts ; Application temperature: year-round; ENEOS ECO ATF Plus
  • ENEOS ECO-ATF PLUS Automatic Transmission Fluid Dexron VI, Mercon LV 1qt.
  • Synthetic oil
  • Product Attributes:
    • :
      • -47
      • 220
      • N
      • Y
    • API Rating: Atf
    • Prop 65 Yes/No: Y
    • Title: Eneos Eco-atf Plus 1qt
  • ENEOS ECO-ATF PLUS is a fuel efficient, low viscosity automatic transmission fluid that meets the ATF needs for many Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Hyundai/Kia GM and Ford vehicles. ECO-ATF PLUS provides improved fuel economy, high resistance to mechanical shear and fatigue, and wide-ranging compatibility with Asian OEMs, Dexron? VI, Mercon? LV, and other American and European vehicle specifications. PN 3111-300.
Brand: Eneos
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Block Engine CID CC
2011 - Ram 1500 RWD V 6 Cyl 3.7L 226 -

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Question From Rich L on Brakes locked

If my repair shop put something other than brake fluid in my master cylinder could it take 5,000 miles before it locked up the brakes? I have a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 with aprox 45,000 miles on it. If the fluid was almost full on the day of servicing and they topped it off with something other than brake fluid, like anti freeze or power steering fluid. It is important to note that my mechanic is a friend of mine and he believes that the process would only take about 10 days and not 3 months. I am sure that he is not lying to me, but could he be wrong?

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

The sealing brake parts are NOT compatible with anything not rubber friendly. If an oil product was used -- seal would expand and fail. All of them!! If you can find out what was put in that would help. Water based products wouldn't kill it but would cause rust and still need a whole flush out.

Bet a wheel cylinder or caliper froze up for the immediate problem. This could get VERY expensive and more so if you have ABS in the vehicle, T

Response From Rich L

Thanks Tom. It is definitely an oil substance. We are not sure what yet. Is it possible for it to take as much as 3 months for it to cause a problem?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

YES. It could take a while to start damaging the parts depending on how much was put in. Again -- the solution is to replace all of them T