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RE: Pentosin Woes

I assume that the 1986 circular Steve has found would be for Pentosin 7.1,
right? Now, can anyone turn up a "Product Circular" that corresponds to the
introduction of the 11S (synth) version of G002 000? When would that change
have ocurred--around '89?

Phil Payne: weren't you discussing this subject a couple of months ago?

Phil R.

>Date: Thu, 12 Nov 1998 12:29:54 -0800
>From: "Buchholz, Steven" <Steven.Buchholz@kla-tencor.com>
>Subject: RE: Pentosin Woes
>> Do you recall if the Haynes manual specified Pentosin 7.1?  The Pentosin
>> 11S label makes note of its usefulness to extreme cold-weather regions; I
>> don't know if Pentosin 7.1 makes a similar claim.
>While looking through the Bentley for the Type 43 5000Ts I found a copy of a
>Product Circular on the subject.  It is Repair Group 48, Product Circular
>86-02, dated 12/31/86.  In this bulletin it states that G 002 000 can be
>used for topping up or refilling power steering & hydraulic systems on all
>model years.  It can be mixed with any hydraulic fluid previously used,
>including ATF-Dexron and AOE 041 020 10.  It also states that this product
>circular invalidates any stickers on the hydraulic reservoir.  It also
>stated that this circular applied to all models.
>Steve Buchholz
>San Jose, CA (USA)

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