AMSOIL Multi-Vehicle Synthetic Power Steering Fluid now meets the MS-11655 specification for Dodge, Chrysler and Jeep vehicles. The MS-11665 spec is suggested for Chrysler’s electric/hydraulic power steering systems. These hybrid systems use an electric motor to power the steering system’s hydraulic pump rather than the conventional system pump that would be driven off of the accessory belt.
So consider AMSOIL Synthetic Power Steering Fluid as a high quality synthetic replacement for Mopar Hydraulic Fluid (part # 05127381AA). It can be mixed with the Mopar fluid or any other conventional or synthetic steering fluid meeting this specification.
AMSOIL Synthetic Power Steering Fluid is also suitable and compatible for Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth and Jeep vehicles requiring the following specifications:
- MS-9602 For many Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Plymouth vehicles built after 1998. Replaces Mopar part # 05166226AA.
- MS-5931 Generally for Chrysler and Dodge vehicles built prior to 1998 and Jeep Grand Cherokee prior to 2005. Replaces Mopar part # 04883077.
- MS-1872 For Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth vehicle built prior to 1989. Replaces Mopar Part # 4318055.
Cold Weather Advantages
It seems that some Chrysler/Dodge cars and trucks are especially prone to catastrophic power steering system failures in very cold winter weather. The regular Mopar power steering fluid solidifies in frigid temps, building pressure in the power steering system. This excess pressure causes a steering oil line to burst or blow off. AMSOIL Multi-Vehicle Synthetic Power Steering Fluid cures this issue with its remarkable cold weather capabilities. With a cold pour point of -51°C (-60°F), cold weather issues with Chrysler power steering systems becomes a thing of the past.