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Lucas 10441 Automatic Transmission Fluid Conditioner, Case of 12
Lucas 10441 Automatic Transmission Fluid Conditioner, Case of 12

Lucas 10441 Automatic Transmission Fluid Conditioner, Case of 12

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Lucas 10441 Automatic Transmission Fluid Conditioner, Case of 12
Lucas 10441 Automatic Transmission Fluid Conditioner, Case of 12
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Formulated with the finest base oils and special Lucas additive package, Lucas Oil's Automatic Transmission Fluid Conditioner is designed to PREVENT slipping, leaks and wear to provide smooth, quiet operation while conditioning seals to extend the life of the transmission.

  • Improves shifting
  • Reduces noise and shudder
  • Compatible with all ATF fluids, conventional and synthetic
  • Extends fluid life
  • For use in new and older transmission
  • Will not void new car warranty
  • Extends automatic transmission life
  • Case of 12 bottles

48410441 ATF Conditioner Safety Data Sheet (PDF)

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