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FastTrack Instructions for Vehicles with Low Mileage or for Emissions Control or to Clean Piston Rings

For emissions control, cleaning piston rings, and vehicles that do not meet the mileage requirements of the basic and sludge applications, such as:

  • Classic cars that drive only 2,000-3,000 miles per year.
  • Vehicles that recently failed a smog or emissions test and need a 30-day remedy.
  • Vehicles that need only to clean up ring packs.
  • Vehicles that need to switch over to full synthetics to take full advantage of extended drain intervals.
  • Vehicles that need to change to synthetic oil prior to cold weather setting in.

SPECIAL NOTE: After reading the instructions and if you still have questions, contact our technical support rep at technicalarx@gmail.com. FastTrack is a double-dose treatment, and strict terms and conditions apply. When contacting us, include the year, make, model, annual mileage, typical driving events (daily driver, occasional driver, duration of driving events, high speed, urban, etc.).

STEP 1For best results, Auto-Rx® should be added to a fresh charge of conventional (non-synthetic) oil with a new oil filter installed. See Choosing an Oil for Using Auto-Rx®. Pour 2 bottles of Auto-Rx® into the motor oil of a warm motor. NOTE: If you recently had an oil change and are using Group II conventional or an approved synthetic Group III oil, you may add Auto-Rx® to the existing oil sump. Each bottle of Auto-Rx® contains 12 fluid ounces.
STEP 2After adding Auto-Rx®, run the motor for 5 minutes to disperse Auto-Rx® into the motor oil.
STEP 3Over time, drive normally for 750-1000 miles to allow Auto-Rx® to gently cleanse the oiling system internals.
STEP 4Drain the oil, change the filter, and refill with either conventional Group II or a Group III oil. DO NOT USE HIGH-MILEAGE OR SYNTHETIC OILS.
STEP 5In this rinse phase, operate the vehicle as you normally would to accumulate at least 1,000 miles before draining the oil. If you use conventional Group II or synthetic Group III oil, you may run to a maximum of 2,000 miles during this rinse phase.
STEP 6Congratulations! Your application is done. Drain the oil, replace the filter, and add any oil of your choice. (If necessary, you may run a second application by repeating Steps 1- 5.) We highly recommend that you use the Preventive Maintenance Plan after each oil change regardless of oil choice.


Important Note about Oil Choice:
  Use a Group II conventional or Group III mineral oil for all phases of the application. Also, in heavily sludged motors, it is an excellent choice to run an oil such as Rotella-T made by Shell. Rotella-T is actually designed for light diesel applications and as a result has a greater ability to disperse or suspend dissolved oil deposits.



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