Originally Posted by CujoTom
With the Lucas, do you drain a quart of fluid out of the pan, or, just add it to the exsisting amount thats already in there?
I usually just added it to what was there, and it never went over the line, for me. There was a certain amount of "give" on the distick, if you know what I mean.
I did this with my 1995, adding a quart,, about 3 times, in 5 years, and no problems--- everyone else with Taurus's, said I was living on borrowed time, but it still shifted good, when I traded it in, a month and half ago.
And now with my "NEW" tranny, have not put any in this one , but might , just to be sure. The stuff worked for me.
When I deceided to put it in, the first time, the tranny was starting to shift SLUSHY, so, I had nothing to loose----and it kept the tranny going, for 100,000 miles, after I first felt the strange shift, -- I dont think that was " snake oil"!!!
Hey, if it dosen't work, you are only out 4-6 dollars!!! ( Depending where you buy it.)