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Old 09-16-2007, 04:22 PM
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i have a 350 turbo transmission, and i put 1/2 a quart of lucas oil stabilizer in it before i thought about it. i havent run the motor yet so its not to late to get it out. i was wanting to know will it damage the clutches or anything else?

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i have a 350 turbo transmission, and i put 1/2 a quart of lucas oil stabilizer in it before i thought about it. i havent run the motor yet so its not to late to get it out. i was wanting to know will it damage the clutches or anything else?

I would think the additive would sit there and not harm anything.

did you add trans fluid too or only the lucas additive?



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I would think the additive would sit there and not harm anything.

did you add trans fluid too or only the lucas additive?



both trans fluid and less than half a bottle of lucas oil stabilizer.
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I can tell you a horror story about Lucas power steering additive. Cost my neighbor about $1500 on his motorhome. I don't use any of their stuff based on how they treated him.

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