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Lucas 10442 Power Steering Fluid, Case of 12 Bottles
Lucas 10442 Power Steering Fluid, Case of 12 Bottles

Lucas 10442 Power Steering Fluid, Case of 12 Bottles

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Lucas 10442 Power Steering Fluid, Case of 12 Bottles
Lucas 10442 Power Steering Fluid, Case of 12 Bottles
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049807104429
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10442
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Lucas Power Steering Fluid is a general purpose product. It is formulated with special base oils and additives that add lubricity to help stop wear and improve performance. It contains mild seal swell agents that condition o-rings and seals to help prevent small leaks­ Maintains smooth power steering operation and helps stop pump squealing. Lucas Power Steering Fluid contains supplemental oxidation inhibitors and foam inhibitors to help extend fluid life.

  • Conditions o-rings
  • Contains mild seal to help prevent small leaks
  • Helps extend fluid life
  • Case of 12 bottles

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