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Old 07-21-2010, 01:20 AM   #1
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Hi its been a long time. been to busy working, any way. I have a question about Lucas transmission conditioner, or Lucas Transmission fix. I rebuilt my transmission in 1996 its 14 years old and lot of miles. I know it wount last for ever. I been reading about Lucas transmission conditioner and fix. they are two different things. Can somebody tell me what the difference of transmission conditioner and transmission fix?. Both do the same thing? They realy work? Wich its better? Are they safe to use on transmission? Thank You.
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hmmm I only see one here...big quart bottle with thick red goo...thats the one I use...
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hmmm I only see one here...big quart bottle with thick red goo...thats the one I use...
I been reading about them and always see two different thats why im asking .Lucas Transmission Fix and Transmission Fluid Additive, Lucas Automatic Transmission Fluid Conditioner , all web sites have both. I not sure which to use. i migth have to buy the one you use. Thak You.
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