If you are having issues with leaks or the automatic transmission in your vehicle, perhaps Motor Purr Tune Up is what you need.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USAGE:
TO STOP LEAKS: With the engine idling at normal operating temperature and transmission in park, use a long neck transmission funnel and add one bottle (71/2 fluid ounces) to the transmission (in the same place you would add the transmission fluid). Our product works by expanding the seals (if needed) rather than making them swell; it will stop seal leaks in 20 minutes and keep them sealed for at least 3 years.
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TO REMOVE VARNISH BUILDUP: Varnish buildup in the automatic transmission can cause transmission slipping, slow shifting and rough shifting. Indications of varnish buildup includes a longer than normal delay in shifting from “Drive” to “Reverse” or if the vehicle does not shift smooth under normal driving conditions.

With the engine idling at normal operating temperature and the transmission in park, use a long neck transmission funnel and add one bottle (71/2 fluid ounces) to the transmission (in the same place you would add the transmission fluid). Allow the vehicle to idle for 10 minutes, then drive the vehicle on an open road.
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The “passing gear” can be engaged by allowing the transmission to shift into it’s normal gears, then by mashing the accelerator pedal to the floor until you feel the transmission down shifting and the motor racing. Keep the transmission in “passing gear” for 5 to 7 seconds, then let up on the accelerator pedal. The transmission will then shift up to the next gear.

After cleaning the automatic transmission with Motor Purr Tune Up, stop the vehicle and then take off at normal speed. The transmission should shift smooth and on time throughout all of the gears.
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TO STOP FORNT/REAR MAIN SEAL LEAKS AND VALVE STEM LEAKS: With the engine idling hot and the transmission in park, use a long neck transmission funnel to SLOWLY add one bottle (71/2 fluid ounces) to the engine crankcase (the same place where you add the motor oil). Let the engine idle for 10 minutes or drive for 5 miles.

TO FREE STUCK HYDRAULIC VALVE LIFTERS: A stuck hydraulic lifter will produce an audible ticking sound. A worn out lifter is usually accompanied by backfiring through the carburetor or intake on acceleration. If you have backfiring, this product may not work for you. You may have damaged lifters, camshaft, rocker arms or push rods that need to be replaced.
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With the engine idling hot and the transmission in park, use a long neck transmission funnel to SLOWLY add one bottle (71/2 fluid ounces) to the engine crankcase (the same place where you add the motor oil). Let the engine idle for 20 minutes.

If the hydraulic lifter does not stop ticking, put the vehicle in first gear (or “low gear”) and drive the vehicle, bringing the speed up to 40 miles per hour 3 times.

TO FLUSH AN ENGINE: With the engine idling hot and the transmission in park, use a long neck transmission funnel to SLOWLY add one bottle (71/2 fluid ounces) to the engine crankcase (the same place where you add the motor oil). Let the engine idle for 15 minutes or drive for 5 miles. Afterwards, change the oil and oil filter.
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