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Transmission Repairs. Replacement of the torque convertor can be something that we could prevent.  As we know folks use auto-rx after the fact in most cases.  That is to correct an ill transmission. Very few folks service their transmissions at the appropriate time based on the fluid life.

Many can be saved with Auto-Rx. Somehow we have never been able to get the consumer to use Auto-Rx regularly to prevent the big ticket repairs. I think the biggest problem is that the manufacturers suggest a transmission fluid exchange at 60K all the way up to 80,000 miles.  In my estimation that is way too long under normal driving conditions. How simple it would be to invest $27.00 into a bottle of Auto-Rx. Then simply add it to the existing fluid at about the 30K to 40K mark, drive for 1000 miles and have the fluid changed out. Then use the second half of the bottle at the 70K to 80,000 mile mark for a second change out of fluid. In all likelihood the customer would never encounter a transmission problem.



Frank J. Miller
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