Question about 1996 Jeep Cherokee Country
Look usally when they start slippin,,, its gettin close to getin a rebuild,, but not always ,,it could have old transmission fliud in there. you can change the transmission fliud ,, thats should help,see it could be cloged up,, change fliud and the filter in tranny,, ,,cheaper than a transmission,, ,goodluck
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
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This stuff works GREAT! You can buy it at any local auto part store for about $12. I added it to my 2001 Sonata that was shifting had from 3 to 4 (on the highway). I copied this info from there website. Google it and you'll find tons of reviews, all of which are good.
What Is Lucas Transmission
Lucas Transmission Fix is
a thermal stable blend of petroleum extracted additives. It contains
no solvents or anything else that would be harmful to an automatic
transmission. It contains a seal conditioner to help stop leaks
around seals. It contains a polymetric film which is designed to
stop worn bands from slipping. It allows the the transmission fluid
to run cooler and controls foaming. It mixes with all automatic
transmission fluids. It also contains lubricity agents for smooth,
precise shifting. Lucas transmission fix extends existing transmission
fluid life up to 3x.
What can Lucas Transmission
Fix do for my vehicle?
How much Lucas Transmission
Fix do I need?
One 24 ounce bottle is all you need. Lucas Transmission Fix will not fix a mechanically unsound transmission. If you have slipping and/or shifting issues this product will help.
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