LucasTransmission Fix
Lucas Oil Transmission Fix

Lucas Oil Transmission Fix

Lucas Oil Transmission Fix
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Lucas Transmission Fix

Lucas Transmission Fix is a non-solvent formula that stops slip, hesitation and

rough shifting in worn transmissions and completely eliminates most seal leaks.

Use in any transmission for preventative maintenance. Use also in light duty

manual transmissions to increase shifting ease and transmission life.

Key Benefits

  • Contains no solvents
  • Lowers operating temperatures and stops foaming
  • Can be added to existing fluid without draining any out
  • Effective in an extremely high percentage of cases 
  • Stops slip
  • Stops Hesitation and rough shifting in worn transmissions
  • Will not void new car warranties
All Orders Over $75.00 FREE SHIPPING

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Having Automatic Transmission Problems?

Now Extend The Life Of Your Automatic Transmission.


Lucas Transmission Fix Stops Slip, Hesitation And Rough Shifting In Worn Transmissions. It Completely Eliminates Most Seal Leaks, Lowers Operating Temperatures And Stops Foaming In Hard Working Transmissions.


Automatic Transmission Problems Come In As Many Ways As There Are Car Models. As The Temperature Of The Oil In The Transmission Increases, The Chemical Components Start To Break Down.Over Time The Lubricating Properties Of The Oil are Lost.

If Not Replenished, Bearings And Bushings Begin To Wear.If These Bushings And Bearings Wear Out They Can Cause Internal Leaks Which Cause Pressure Loss Which Leads To Clutch Band And Geartrain Failure. This Will Cause You A Very Expensive Transmission Bill.


Lucas Transmission Fix Contains No Solvents Or Anything Else That Would Be Harmful To An Automatic Transmission. It Is A Thermal Stable Blend Of Petroleum Extracted Additives Designed To Correct Existing Problems And Prevent New Ones In Automatic Transmissions.


Its Polymetric Film Renews Worn Bands To Stop Slipping. It Cleans And Lubricates Sticking Valves For Proper Shifting And Controls Heat And Foaming. This Product Will Extend The Transmission Fluid Life Up To Three Times Longer. It Completely Stops Most Seal Leaks.


Results Are Usually Immediate. It’s The Perfect Preventative Maintenance Product To Stop Initial Wear In Newer Transmissions. Christopher Greene 1990 Toyota Celica gets A LOT MORE THAN A FEW THOUSAND MILES ON HIS TRANSMISSION Christopher Greene

 

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It Is A Must For Trucks, Motor Homes, Towing Vehicles And All Other Hard Working Automatic Transmissions. Compatible With All Transmissions And Transmission Fluids.


Will Not Void New Car Warranties.


Contains No Harmful Solvents So You Can Use Lucas Transmission Fix In A Dodge, Ford, GM, Toyota, Nissan, Or Any Other Japanese Transmission.


So When You See Your Transmission Starting To Leak Or Fell It Slipping Try The Lucas Transmission Fix You’ll Be Glad You Did.
One 24 oz. Bottle Of Lucas Transmission Fix Can Be Added To Existing Fluid. A Second Bottle May Be Necessary In Large Or Badly Worn Transmissions. Smaller Transmissions (Compact Or Sub-Compact Vehicles) Use 12 oz.


Lucas Transmission Fix Is Also Excellent For Light Duty Manual Transmissions Using Automatic Transmission Fluid Or Motor Oil As A Lubricant.
For Easier Shifting And Extended Transmission Life. Drain Transmission, Install One 24 Ounce Bottle Of Lucas Transmission Fix And Top Off With A.T.F. Or Motor Oil.

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Last Modified: Friday, July 15, 2011