I am asking for help. . James, Thanks for your question about your 2003 Suburban. Thanks again for your question! Thanks again for your question! If the level is low, the only cause could be a leak. If the leak you are experiencing is not more than a seep or a light drip, you would be a good candidate for the BlueDevil Transmission Sealer. And do we also add the transmission fluid in it too? The product does not harden or thicken in anyway, so it would not have any adverse affects on the system.
This increases surface air and the thinner area of oil increases the amount of heat transfer. You will be using one oz. I have had my differential done with 4:88 ratio in the rear to assist when towing. The rear seal where driveshaft enters rear of transmission is dry as a bone. My teansmission fluid is at the full mark tho is it still okay to put the Blue devil in? On most cars, you can check your transmission fluid level using the dipstick much like checking your engine oil. Typically, you should expect to see results after about 100-200 miles of driving. I also noticed a trail behind me as I drove.
I park the van on a forward grade of approx. Do you know what would cause it to only lose it when put in reverse? After a few minutes the tranny was slipping again. In many cars power steering fluid can look a lot like, or actually be transmission fluid so it is possible that is your leak point. We changed out the pan a couple times and it leaked at the same place every time. We do not manufacture a product that will work on that type of transmission.
Please call for customer service and availability at 1-800-858-7269. The product will revitalize and recondition the rubber seals and expand, or swell them up back to their original state. For the transmission fluid leak you are experiencing we recommend using the proper amount of BlueDevil Transmission Sealer 1 ounce of BlueDevil treats 1 quart of capacity. Please contact our tech support team at 888-863-0426 so that we may assist you. Your power steering system operates at a high pressure so a leak will allow a lot of fluid to run out. You should apply 1 ounce of BlueDevil per every 1 quart of fluid capacity.
It would be kind of tough to say specifically where the leak is coming from, so we recommend bringing the vehicle to a Transmission Specialist for a proper diagnosis. The BlueDevil Transmission Sealer is intended for leaks that are seeping or lightly dripping from the system. You will be using one oz. I already have put a lot of money into it and not really feeling like putting even more in to take the transmission out to get it fixed. Supplying this tag information when ordering a replacement transmission or transmission parts is important. Feel free to contact our technical support line at 888-863-0426 with any other questions. The other possibility is that you actually have a power steering leak.
The first thing we do in this case is to check the fluid amount and quality. Typically, you should expect to see results after about 100-200 miles of driving. You should expect to see results within 100-200 miles of driving. I never went to school to be a mechanic. If any of these shafts are pushed into or jarred hard enough they can damage the seals in your transmission causing leaks after the accident. The BlueDevil Transmission Sealer is only intended for the rubbers in the system.
If the leak is from your transmission, the most likely location would be at one of your axle seals. Thanks again for your question! We would recommend changing your transmission fluid because if things got that hot, your fluid is probably burnt and new fluid will help your transmission running properly. See the complete line of products that we offer at. If you spot a leak, it is definitely time to fix it. Keep in mind, it may take about 100 miles of driving before you see full results; if you do not drive a whole lot it can take a couple of days. We would recommend changing your engine oil to make sure it is pure as transmission fluid could thin it out your engine oil and start to cause damage.
If the leak is from a gasket or a seal, you can use BlueDevil Oil Stop Leak available here: to stop the leak. I pulled over with my buddy who was following behind Me. Select the parts you require from the following list and give us a call. Where are you getting this information from. This article applies to the Ford F-150 1987-1996. The should eliminate the leak and prevent you from having to add transmission fluid in the future. Select this link to see what.
You may want to confirm with the mechanic where exactly the leaks are coming from so that you will be able to determine whether or not BlueDevil would be a good option. Max- Thank you for asking about your Toyota Camry. I have a 2004 dodge neon and the transmission is leaking we just bought the blue devil but my question is how much should we put in? After a couple days sitting on my drive way I noticed a small spill from the leak they mentioned. When your transmission fluid reaches 200° it starts breaking down. Do you have another product for manual transmissions, or is this fine for manuals too? I bought my vehicle back in September and it sat, up until this month. You should expect to see results after about 100-200 miles of driving. You should expect to see results after approximately 100-200 miles of driving.
I was driving around a turn and all the sudden my truck stalled. You are correct, you will be using one oz. Our recommendation would be to check all of your fluid levels to try and determine where the leak is coming from. We regrouped and I did some research and found this thread. Boy was I wrong in my assumption. You will use one oz.