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Will this transmission fluid work

2023.06.06 23:10 Brendo_The_Friendo Will this transmission fluid work

Will this transmission fluid work
Hi, I just bought a 2019 Toyota Corolla LE Eco it has 67k miles on it, so I thought I should do a drain and fill on the transmission. However, I am finding it hard to find the correct fluid because of the insistance of a "lifetime fluid" BS. I got this STP brand CVT fluid because I read online that it takes CVT, but I thought I should ask here first before I destroy my transmission lol
Tldr: will this transmission fluid work on a 2019 Toyota Corolla LE Eco?
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2023.06.02 15:50 ricowavy Car Battery “drained” me

I got paid yesterday, paid all my bills and was happy to see that I had some money left over for once (been digging myself out of a hole).
Go to start my car (which had died 3 times & needed a jump for the last few weeks) and it didn’t start. Asked a few people in the parking lot and no one had jumper cables to help me out. So I Uber to the nearest AutoZone, bought jumper cables & Uber back to jump my car. (This was the cheapest alternative to calling Triple A or something in that nature)
Drove my car back to Autozone and they tested my battery & said it’s a bad battery & doesn’t seem to be holding a charge. So I had to buy a new battery! Luckily the guy was super nice & let me return the jumper cables to help save me some money. They also let me borrow their tools and exchanged out the battery. Car started perfectly and drove great afterwards. But now I’m BROKE and have no money for anything else until the 15th.
Just right when I thought things were ok, unexpected expenses came in and whooped my ass!! 🙃🙃🙃
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2023.05.27 23:06 VividCycle8764 Error Code P0456

I drive a 2014 bmw 328xi. Today morning I saw the check engine light on my dashboard and took it to the nearest autozone to do a diagnostic test. Turns out it’s a Evap system leak (Very small). Got a new gas cap and the associate told me to drive around for some time to get rid of the check engine sign. Still the sign is bugging me. Is this a big deal and should I get it checked by a professional immediaty or can I just ignore it and see what happens? And how can I get rid of the check engine sign by myself if it is nothing major?
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2023.05.13 04:21 nitestocker372 This guy wrote a review on a scanner tool that I'm not even sure he actually bought off Amazon.

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2023.05.13 04:14 nitestocker372 Satan's Glowing Orb???

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2023.05.05 04:44 devniyesuy 2014 Chevy Cruze - AC Off Due to High Engine Temp - temperature needle not moving but loud fan

2014 Chevy Cruze - AC Off Due to High Engine Temp - temperature needle not moving but loud fan
Hello all,
Last week my Chevy Cruze went into red while I was driving so I refilled the coolant and that seemed to placate the issue.
I’m a college student who plans on going home for summer break on Saturday so today I was out and about today running errands. When I returning to campus, all of a sudden the High Engine Temp signal came on but the needle wouldn’t move from cold. I could hear the fan whirling fast. I was close to campus so I made it back and let it cool off for a couple hours. I just now came back to turn it on and it immediately gives the engine heat so no AC signal and the fan blows loud.
I don’t have a diagnostic tool and the coolant level is fine. The nearest Autozone is 10 miles away where I could get a free diagnostic, and I don’t wanna unnecessarily harm the engine.
Does anybody have any ideas as to what could be wrong? The thing that sucks is I don’t know any mechanics around here and I also have no money lol.
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2023.04.08 01:27 iiuwuujssjduxoosiwju Car go big boom

Hi, I just bought a lexus is350 f sport and took it to get an oil change at Take5 because the only Lexus dealer near me said they couldn’t do it for a week or two. A week after the oil change my car throws up all sorts of codes, ranging from malfunctioning headlights to my oil pressure being low. The var completely shut down, so I pulled it over and check the oil. It was completely bone dry. I don’t see any signs of leaking, and my motors not smoking. The car didn’t make any noises when occured, nor did it make any smells. My car didn’t warn me about anything prior to this, not even the oil pressure being low. I went to the nearest Autozone and bought the correct oil and amount, filled it up, and it won’t start still. It does crank, however, and the battery works perfectly. Any ideas?
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2023.04.05 07:00 LeadingLecture9969 The Ultimate Guide to Using the AutoZoneCares Application

The Ultimate Guide to Using the AutoZoneCares Application


As a car owner, you know that finding the right parts for your vehicle can be a challenge. Whether you're a seasoned mechanic or a DIY enthusiast, you need access to reliable, high-quality parts to keep your car running smoothly. That's where the AutoZoneCares application comes in.
The AutoZoneCares application is a powerful tool that can help you find the parts you need, access exclusive deals, and earn rewards.
With this app, you can easily search for parts by vehicle, part number, or keyword, and quickly find the right part for your car.
But that's just the beginning. In this guide, we'll take a closer look at the AutoZoneCares application and everything it has to offer.

What is the AutoZoneCares Application?
The AutoZoneCares application is a mobile app that allows you to access AutoZone's extensive inventory of auto parts, tools, and accessories from your smartphone or tablet.
With this app, you can easily search for parts, check availability, and purchase products online. You can also use the app to find your nearest AutoZone store, view store hours and contact information, and access exclusive deals and promotions.

How Does the AutoZoneCares Application Work?

To use the AutoZoneCares application, you'll first need to download it from the App Store or Google Play.
Once you've downloaded the app, you can create an account or sign in with your existing AutoZone account. From there, you can start browsing AutoZone's inventory of parts, tools, and accessories.
The AutoZoneCares application allows you to search for parts by vehicle, part number, or keyword. You can also browse parts by category or brand, and filter your search results by price, availability, and more.
Once you've found the part you need, you can add it to your cart and check out using the app's secure payment system.

What Are the Benefits of Using the AutoZoneCares Application?

There are many benefits to using the AutoZoneCares application, including:
  1. Convenience: With the AutoZoneCares application, you can shop for auto parts and accessories from anywhere, at any time.
  2. Easy Navigation: The app's user-friendly interface makes it easy to find the parts you need and complete your purchase.
  3. Exclusive Deals: The AutoZoneCares application provides access to exclusive deals and promotions that you won't find anywhere else.
  4. Rewards Program: By using the app, you can earn rewards points that can be redeemed for discounts and free products.
  5. Store Locator: The app's store locator feature allows you to find your nearest AutoZone store, view store hours and contact information, and get directions.


Q: Is the AutoZoneCares application free to download?
A: Yes, the AutoZoneCares application is free to download from the App Store or Google Play.
Q: Can I use the AutoZoneCares application to purchase products online?
A: Yes, you can use the app to purchase products online and have them shipped to your home or picked up at your nearest AutoZone store.
Q: What types of products can I find on the AutoZoneCares application?
A: The AutoZoneCares application allows you to browse and purchase a wide range of auto parts, tools, and accessories, including batteries, brakes, filters, and more.


the AutoZoneCares application is a powerful tool for anyone who owns a car and needs access to reliable, high-quality parts.
With this app, you can easily search for parts by vehicle, part number, or keyword, and quickly find the right part for your car.
You can also take advantage of exclusive deals and promotions, earn rewards points, and find your nearest AutoZone store.
Download the AutoZoneCares application today and experience the convenience and benefits it has to offer.
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2023.03.17 19:36 jathre- What might I need to fix after driving through a flood?

My small town had a pretty gnarly flood. I had to drive through to pick up some meds and supplies for my neighbors, and I drove through a deceptively deep spot of water. Nearly knee deep, the car's engine quit on me. I pushed it forward until the tailpipe could breathe again, and the car reluctantly started up after a few attempts. The exhaust was billowing enormous clouds of white smoke from the exhaust for the next several miles. Eventually, it cleared up, but my check engine light is still on, and the car sounds a little nasty on startup. It still runs and everything, just not quite as smoothly.
The nearest town is a 45 minute drive, and I don't want to force it all the way back there just to check AutoZone's OBD reader, so I was hoping to get some maintenance direction from you all here. Thanks for any help you can offer.
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2023.02.24 23:52 planetaryfairy69 The defblue systems are from hell…

Just wanted to share my experience with my defblue system I just recently had in hopes of helping others. I was on the way to a 4 hour trip when halfway there I got a message on my tdi “Error: Adblue. No engine start possible in 500 miles.” I called the nearest dealership, I got some more “adblue” from autozone (the tank was full), and headed to the dealership. They said head back to your home dealer or be stuck here for awhile ,”do not shut your car off for any reason” so I went back. I had to fill my tdi up with the engine on. They took my car in as soon as I got there. I’ve had an engine light to replace the adblue heater but that was done a few months ago, it just kept coming back. Once I went to get my car back the next day they said they replaced the heater again and fixed the sensors. Moral of the story, I would delete the whole system if it wasn’t for the warranty covering it.
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2023.02.19 19:48 liberlibre Alternator dying. Can I keep it cozy for a few days?

I work at a school in rural America. Yesterday evening I went into do some work. When I left to go home (many hours later), my car wouldn't start. I slept there on a couch, woke up this morning, waited for the temp to go up (had been in low 20s, now in 40s) and my car started. It's started fine since then.
Went to AutoZone and had it tested: came back with a bad alternator. Battery is still good. It's three days to get the part, nearest dealer is over an hour away, and I am out of personal time off-- BUT we are off school next week if I can make it that long. The weather is going to be above freezing most of the time. Problem is, my job isn't the kind you can just miss, especially these days. Asking some one to pick me up is doable, but a pain for just about anyone. So, I got to thinking: is there some way I can raise the temperature in the engine compartment enough to get the car started in the morning-- maybe with hand warmers or something? I could buy a bunch and test the theory before bed tonight.
But I thought I'd ask the experts: is this likely to work? Even if it might, is it still a stupid idea?
2017 Kia Soul, 145000 miles fwiw
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2023.02.15 06:24 autozoneuae43 Boat Ambulance

When we speak about emergency and healthcare transport everybody speaks about patient transport and rescue on land area especially on roads. Ambulances and rescue vehicles doing that job with advanced equipment and accessories with the help of paramedics, fire and rescue fighters. Water land is also a same space where there are thousands of people travelling and doing their job in daily life. When it comes to their safety and health care, we have to see the possibilities of water or marine Ambulances and marine rescue units.
Autozone Marine solution was established to cover that space where not many of the developers are active and with our vast experienced technicians we developed our marine solution based on different categories of ambulance boats. As one of the largest ambulance boat builders in the region we strictly follow all the marine regulation and safety practices when we build a boat with high quality fibre glass and aluminium. We successfully delivered many units of Ambulance boats to different countries in which each boat carried many patients with critical care and patient transfer. Marine Ambulances are equipped with advanced emergency and life saving equipment on board to save the life before a patient reaches the nearest hospital.
Ambulance boats are very useful in water accidents which occur in public water transport lakes, some areas where mining and oil operations occur in seashore areas, Tourist islands where there is no access to clinics or hospitals. Boat or water ambulances act as an emergency first aid providing facility with life saving equipment and make sure the patient can be transferred to the nearest hospital. During this travel advanced life support boat ambulances can give breathing assistance, shock in case of cardiac arrest and minor surgeries in case required.
All governments nowadays realise the importance of water ambulances and provide to their fleet many water ambulances, Floods like natural calamities also a place where such ambulances can effectively be used.
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2023.02.10 18:40 InterestingFruit106 sold me a car, lost my paperwork

almost 2 years ago i bought a car with carmax. the day after i drove it off the lot i went on a 10 hour roadtrip and the check engine light came on and autozone said it was the turbo. called carmax and they said bring it to the nearest carmax and they would give me a loaner and fix that one for free since it was their fault. i ended up not wanting the broken car and went back a week later originally to pick up the broken one but ended up signing the papers for the loaner and paying for that one instead. they never took the dealer plate off and gave me the temporary registration. i went to get my car registered at city hall and brought the entire folder of paperwork with me but they said they didn’t have everything they needed. i called the bank im financing with and they didn’t have it either because carmax never gave it to them. i’ve been calling the carmax location and customer service and nothing. after a year the dealership FINALLY answered and got back to me and sent me paperwork to sign that i signed and sent back and then they ghosted me all over again. customer service hasnt even been able to get in contact with them. the location said they LOST the paperwork. i got pulled over and had to go to court because of the dealer plate and it not being registered or inspected but got off with a warning because it’s not my fault. it’s going on 2 years of having this vehicle and i am unable to go into the location as it’s 15 hours away from me now. legal advice? can i even do anything legally? what do i do.
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2023.02.04 22:39 Brewer2019711 DSG fluid dilema - Need advice

2014 Jetta Tdi
I was doing my DSG service myself today. Drained it, then realized I ordered the wrong fluid. I got Valvoline type F ATF fluid instead of DCT fluid. Nowhere in town has any of the approved kinds in stock. I have to be able to drive it back to work monday morning. So as I see it I have 4 options:
Drive to my nearest large city (an hour away) and pay $33 a liter for the correct Pentosin DSG fluid
Put the old fluid back in and drive it to work for a few days while I’m waiting on the correct fluid to come in the mail. Con about this is my used fluid is in the same container I drain my engine oil into, so there would be a little engine oil residue in the old fluid.
Use the type F fluid I accidentally ordered for a few days until the right stuff comes in the mail.
Use the Castrol Transmax Multivehicle that Autozone told mw to use because it says “works with all Volkswagen 6 speed automatics”
What would you guys do? Am I missing any other angles to this? Thanks
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2023.01.30 00:34 Undercoverspinmop Glow Relay Short Circut?

On a road trip 5 hours from home yesterday our 2018 Santa Fe Sport AWD started sputtering as soon as my husband put it in cruise control on the interstate. He shut off the control and it lost a lot of power, and we got off the nearest exit. The check engine light began flashing, so we got it towed to a dealership. The car ran okay, so we took it to an Autozone that shared a parking lot of the dealership for them to run a diagnostic. It came back with the code, P1326 the Glow Relay Short Circut. Anyone know what this means, or what it could possibly be? Hopefully a simple fix since we had to leave our car far away from home and we can just come back to get it this week. We’ve never had any issues with our car, it’s been great to us. We made the 5 hour trip to our destination the day before with 0 issues and drove yesterday morning for almost an hour with no issues. It was very unexpected!!
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2022.12.29 00:07 snappy845 EVoffer frunk fail to close

EVoffer frunk fail to close
Anyone come across a failed closure of the frunk with the EVOffer kit?
Worked flawlessly since I installed the kit upon taking delivery end of July 2022 up until yesterday when the car alerted me that the frunk was not closed properly. Weird. I go outside to check and sure enough I had to manually close it.
Got on a chat through telegram with a rep and they said it may be caused by a snapped cable. Didn’t offer anything further than that and stopped communicating. since i’m out of town I head over to my nearest Autozone to pick up a socket wrench and get to work. Took out the tub and inspected the latch mechanism and noticed the cable hooked onto the OEM latch was loose (see pic). I recall the metal cable in the was taut when I installed it less than 6mo ago. Didn’t know if there’s a way to retract the cable back into the motor. prob not? still haven’t heard back from EVOffer via telegram. Put everything back to the way it was and just waiting now. Will update here.
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2022.12.20 20:29 darklorddne Just..dead

**Update - Turns out my inverter coolant pump locked up without warning and took out the AM2 fuse which controls...apparently every thing. You can unplug your coolant pump and put a new 15A fuse in AM2 to get just a bit further down the road or onto a tow truck.
2008 Prius, 187000 mi, deep south USA
I was sitting in my Prius today, On and parked, eating lunch. All of a sudden, the radio shut off. I scanned around and saw everything was off. Thinking I may have shut it off and spaced out, I went foot to brake and hit the Power button.
I metered 12.4v on the battery, which was new 4 months ago. Took an uber to the nearest Autozone, grabbed another battery anyway and when I tossed it in still nothing.
Lights work. Key fob locks and unlocks. Otherwise 100% dead.
Any ideas while I wait on a tow?
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2022.12.18 00:35 thundertim Check engine on new A4 Allroad

2023 Allroad I’ve had for about a month (haven’t posted pics yet!). Slowing down at intersection, on a patch of snow the anti-lock brakes tripped for a second, then check engine light came on. I’m a few hours away from nearest dealer…should I just hit Autozone type place to read code? Thanks for any insights.
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2022.11.18 18:37 Street_Plantain_4796 Dex 3 alternative? What do you guys use in your aw4?

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2022.11.08 03:31 Prophes0r [DDG web site] Search results started going downhill rapidly starting sometime in September-October 2022.

And it keeps getting worse?
Recently, DDG has started having search behavior much more like Google.
Which is a problem...
I moved away from Google search in 2021 for 2 major reasons.

Useless search results

Google searches seem to find results to whatever popular question it thinks is closes to what you actually asked for. And Google will happily ignore your search operators while doing so.
Google will also gleefully give you results exclusively based on synonyms. A search with 5 terms can get you results which ONLY contain synonyms for two of those terms. And since Google will ignore operators when it feels like it, adding "quotes" doesn't help.
DDG's syntax is FAR more limited. Especially the OR Operator. This becomes especially important when you need to tweak search terms to get different results, or to negate terms.
Something as simple as...
B & (C D) & (E F) & -A
Becomes impossibly long...
(B & C & E & -A (B & C & F & -A (B & D & E & -A (B & D & F & -A
This has always been a problem.
But recently, DDG has started ignoring operators. It also seems to have started trying to "figure out" questions, instead of giving me results for the specific search terms I put in.
Here are some ACTUAL examples of the nonsense I have been getting.
  • "dog clutch" "clearance" specification recommendation material torque
    • Gave me results including...
      • Multiple results for recommended local veterinary hospitals
      • A company with a credit card intended to be used to finance medical bills for pets
  • "Optane" "Drive" "Datasheet"
    • Gave me a results including...
      • The linkdin page for a person named [REDACTED] Prives
      • An Autozone listing for Octane Booster
      • A result for a nearby Bed Bath & Beyond that included the term Bedsheet
  • "quantum dot" solar photovoltaic "bandgap" material element comparison research 2022
    • Gave me a results including...
      • Multiple Quantum Dot Tvs
      • The Bandcamp page for the artist "Solarfields"
      • Multiple local results for solar panel installation.
These results are SO far off I thought there was some DNS/Browser hijacking going on. But they happen on a fresh VM with a known-good DNS and/or using tor.
Also, notice that one of the results from the first example seems to be a 'related' result based on ANOTHER result? WTF? Suggesting a credit card for pets (with no mention of "dog") because a different result was for vet services?
About 1 in 10 of my searches were Un-Googlable before I switched, because Google wants to give the the answer to Why chicken brown when I ask "Maillard" reaction "chicken" breast light dark meat temperature comparison.
I'm now starting to encounter Un-Duckable searches because DDG refuses to search for what I ask it to. Why can't you just give me results for the explicit things I'm searching for?


And why, WHY, am I suddenly getting all these LOCAL results?
Since WHEN is that a thing that DDG does outside of the Map results?
If I want results for a local supplier, I will search for them. If I want results for something in a specific area, I will use a search term.
You know what is NOT useful to me?
Searching for "cheddar" cheese salt content comparison "Vermont" "Wisconsin" "Ontario" "Somerset" and getting...
  • Local results for any of those locations.
  • Recommended ways to reduce my sodium intake.
  • The location of the nearest Chuck E. Cheese
This got far more rant-y than I intended. But this should NEVER have been a problem to begin with. I understand that there is this big push to make searches easier for 'everyone' by using natural language and inferences. I disagree with it, but I understand why.
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2022.11.06 22:04 Hetgurd First time motorcycle owner. Is this safe to put in the 2021 manual?

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2022.11.03 17:13 ChairmanLam 2020 Toyota Corolla needs jump start. Check engine light came on and error code P265B and P2646 came up at Autozone. What should I do?

2020 Toyota Corolla needs jump start. Check engine light came on and error code P265B and P2646 came up at Autozone. What should I do?
I needed to jump start my 2020 Toyota Corolla yesterday (32804 miles, 1.8L engine, automatic transmission), but the check engine light appeared after the restart. I jump started again this morning and drove to the nearest O'Reilly and Autozone which both gave me this error code. I initially thought it could be a battery issue, but the error codes P265B and P2646 show up, indicating something with the "B" Rocker Arm Actuator Position Sensor.
Car started just fine after driving a little bit, but needed a jump start after short drives. The check engine light also disappeared after I ran the diagnostics at Autozone.
I was wondering if anyone had experience with this. Thanks!
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