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Rislone Tech Minute: Transmission Stop Slip with Leak Repair

Most transmission stop slips just thicken your transmission fluid, which is the most complex fluid in your car. It has to reduce friction enough to prevent wear and control temperature while at the same time allowing some friction to prevent the internal clutch material from slipping. This same fluid must operate at low and high temperature extremes. Rislone Transmission Stop Slip with Leak Repair (p/n 4502) contains a special blend of viscosity improvers, anti-wear friction modifiers and extreme pressure performance additives to solve most transmission problems. These additives reduce rough shifting and friction, while eliminating slip, controlling temperature, and repairing shudder, chatter and whining. Use to top off existing fluid or add a bottle when changing fluid.


 


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