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Does It Work? Lucas Oil Transmission Fluid Leak Repair

Posted by: Randy Zebraman on January 27, 2020

Imagine this. You’re driving down the highway, when all of a sudden, your transmission starts to slip. Obviously, this is a situation that nobody wants to have integrated into their day. Not only is it inconvenient, but it’s probably going to be rather expensive to get fixed. It’s just another obstacle in the already challenging week ahead.

Now, just imagine that someone came along and said that they had a chemical that you could put in your transmission to extend its life. Naturally, this might seem like a no-brainer, if it’s true. However, most people with a healthy level of skepticism are going to question if it’s too good to be true.

If this was something that we were being told by a random stranger, we might believe it’s snake oil. However, there are reliable companies out there that have built a name for themselves and also just so happen to sell products like this. Lucas Oil just so happens to be one of those companies. With their “Transmission Fix” formula, the company promises to be able to fix slipping transmissions by cleaning and renewing parts within.

Is this one of those things that is too good to be true? Is it one of those chemicals that work in theory but not actually in practice? Perhaps, this is a pleasantly surprising band-aid that will help the life of a dying transmission. There’s only one way to find out if it’s legitimate or not and that’s to test it.

By following along with the video below, we get a full test of the product from the Project Farm YouTube channel. Not only do they insert it in a slipping transmission to see if it works in one particular case. They also put it through a series of rigorous tests in order to see how it stands up against traditional transmission fluid.

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