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Farticcus of Plenticcus
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I was at the WalMart Super Center in Aurora, IN this evening, after having dinner with my parents & brother at Grand Victoria Casino.

I saw Mopar ATF +4 in stock at the Wally World for $4.72 a quart.
I also saw Wally World brand ATF +4 for $2.97 a quart.
They had ~ 8 qts. of Mopar ATF +4
And at least the same amount of the in house brand.

Any thoughts??
 

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Its good to know of another place to get the mopar atf, I think I paid $7.50 a quart at the dealership.

I wonder about the wally world atf, I did put Valvoline ATF+4 in my brothers LHS when we did the trans filter. I had 3.5 quarts of mopar but we needed more so I had to use valvoline.
It smelled and looked exactly like the mopar even said for chrysler vehicles.

Did the wally world brand say for chrysler vehicles?
 

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That's a new one on me, maybe the same manufacturer is now making both and sent [email protected] the mopar bottles by mistake and the fools there didn't bother trying to send them back just scanned the upc or priced it higher and put it on the shelf?
 

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Well, Wally World has to have it made to the ATF +4 spec to have it labelled as such.
I have seen Valvoline, Advance Auto Parts brand, and now the Wally World brand.
I have options for when I change the fluid/filter over the winter.
 

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it all has to meet some standards ,, and i suspect its all the same stuff,, i know if you buy napa brand oil it says ashland oil (volvoline) on it
 

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ohh, just at walmart tonight and saw the mopar oil filters on the top shelf, didn't know they were LH sized
 
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