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Entire Bottle in transmission?

I'm concerned about the health of my transmission and have purchased Auto-RX and will use the product once it arrives. I was wondering if I could use the entire bottle in the transmission instead of the directed 6 OZ? I'm afraid of costly repairs if I continue driving the car. I'm noticing slow shifts at slow speeds and no shift at the redline unless I let off the throttle. My car is a 95 Impala SS with 150K miles. Could I use the entire bottle to speed up the process and drive around 300 miles or so? I'm planning to use the product, perform a tranmission flush and install a new filter in hopes to correct or lengthen the life of my transmission.


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Here are the instructions it would be best to follow them. Use the rest of bottle for a maintenance dose.


This product is really simple. Although the instructions appear to lengthy, all the applications are really as simple as add and drive.

All of the cleaning activity occurs while you drive, whether you are cleaning a transmission, motor, differential, or power steering unit.

The applications just let you know how much to use and how long to run it.

It's really simple. Anyone can do it. A car or light truck motor application is simple, for general cleaning just add a bottle to a fresh oil change and drive. For heavily sludged motors you can faster results in a shorter time frame with the Fast Track application. Fast Track is running a two bottle concentration. The cleaning time is 3000 miles for either and the product works best with simple conventional oil.

An automatic transmission is real simple. Just add 1/2 bottle to the existing fluid. Drive 1000 miles, then have the fluid replaced. It just that simple.


-- Edited by dbdeland on Tuesday 16th of October 2012 08:02:05 AM

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