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Question Details Asked:Jan 11, 2008 - 06:07 AMStatus:Closed
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Vavoline has a good additive, I can't think of the exact name but it's the same one there oil change centers use.Whatever you do stay away from the super thick (honey style)additives though especially if you live where it's cold.
Be very careful what you put in your transmission.
here's some decent advice on the subject:
Without a doubt...Lubegard is suppose to be the best. Several long discussions about it on another car site. Mechanics and consumers swear by it. Protects and offers smoother shifting. I think you would want Lubegard Red. Google it.
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