Difference between Dexron II and Dexron III?

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Dexron II and Dexron III are names of popular transmission fluids. The difference between Dexron II and Dexron III is the brands they are approved for use in. Dexron II is used in Ford vehicles, while Dexron III is used in GM vehicles. 
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The difference between Dexron II and Dexron III is in the formulations. Dexron II had problems with corrosion occurring in the solder used in GM transmissions. ...
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