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Old 04-27-2020, 12:29 PM   #19
KULTULZ
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Post Re: Which PS fluid

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FORD OIL AND LUBRICATION GUIDE - VOL 69-ST-15

(A-C-D) were TYPE A SUFFIX A blend progression in 1959-1960 - All were TYPE A)
OK, got to wondering and what I read in the LUBRICATION GUIDE was explained in a footnote, KEY TO LUBRICANTS.

FA - FORD AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION and PS FLUID.

Another example - ST - STANDARD TRANSMISSION LUBRICANT and so on.

FA does not stand for a type of fluid, at least in FOMOCO terminology.

I have seen on aftermarket fluids the description FA and I am now a$$-u-mine(ing) is just is a description of FORD AUTOMATIC.
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