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I know this has probably been asked before but I am confused. I e-mailed the guys at shop4parts.co.uk and they have confused me even more.

Tutela CS Speed is the fluid for the hydraulics etc

The actual gearbox requires......?
 

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The Selespeed system uses Selenia CS speed fluid (0.6L)
The gearbox uses 75W90 GL5 spec full synthetic gear oil. (2L)
 
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As far as I know it just needs standard 75w90 gear oil (it's a manual gear box with actuators on rather than an auto) I believe it's Tutela ZC75 Synth.

David C will know, if he's out there.
 

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David C said:
The Selespeed system uses Selenia CS speed fluid (0.6L)
The gearbox uses 75W90 GL5 spec full synthetic gear oil. (2L)
Done a search as my oil level seems low.

This came up, but my manual says Tutela CS speed oil for the selespeed.

Is that something different?
 

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Same thing.
Tutela is just one of Selenia's ranges.
 

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As long as you are putting it in the tank next to the passenger wing thats selespeed oil, try a fiat garage they do selenia products as well.
 

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afaik, Castrol Dexron III [ 3 ] is a direct replacement for Tutela CS, more available & cheaper than Tutela

I can supply it to Irish owners for €10 per litre
 

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afaik, Castrol Dexron III [ 3 ] is a direct replacement for Tutela CS, more available & cheaper than Tutela

I can supply it to Irish owners for €10 per litre
Have you or anyone else actually used this for your car? Does it work fine? Same as the Tutela oil??


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