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Amsoil makes an SAE 75W-90, GL-4 Synthetic gear lube. I plan to use it my next (and first) manual transmission lube change.
 
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I looked at that on their website today. It says it will satisfy GL-1 thru GL-5. I'm not sure if that makes it any better than just a GL-5, which is bad.

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Hmmm... Good insight. I'll try to get more info from Amsoil, but who knows what kind of response I'll get.
 

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I switched to Redlines MTF. This fluid really changed the way the car shifts. More precise....

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MTL isn't the right viscosity for the Sentra Transmission. MT-90 has the 75W-90 Viscosity rating we need.

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