LUBEGARD® Synthetic Automatic Transmission Fluid Protectant is a concentrated additive package infused with superior seal conditioners and friction modifiers. This unique product restores additive content to used ATF and enhances new ATF resulting in improved performance and smoother, more consistent shifting. It can safely be added to any automatic transmission fluid (ATF) including full synthetic, semi synthetic, conventional, and low viscosity fluids except Ford Type F, CVT, or DCT LUBEGARD® Synthetic Automatic Transmission Fluid Protectant is engineered to raise the thermal and oxidative stability level of automatic transmission fluids, so when it operates at elevated temperatures, it does not thin out and pyrolize, burn, or react with oxygen and form deposits. It is formulated with proprietary Liquid Wax Esters (LXE®) that are unique because of their natural lubricity, high viscosity index, and high flash and fire points. They have the ability to withstand repeated heating to temperatures as high as 570°F. LXE® gives automatic transmission fluid the extra lubricity needed for transmission’s unique frictional requirements. They improve heat conductivity, suppress foaming and, consequently, reduce transmission operating temperatures.
*Except Ford Type F ATF, CVT, and DCT applications.
LUBEGARD® Synthetic Automatic Transmission Fluid Protectant can be added to any ATF (except Ford Type F or CVT fluid.) For normal applications, add 1 oz. (29.6 mL) of Lubegard per 1 qt. (L) of ATF for the total capacity of the transmission. Always consult your owners manual for vehicle specific instructions. To determine fill capacity, use our OEM ATF & Conversion Chart
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