Transmission Stiction Eliminator

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Hot Shot Stiction Eliminator reduces operating temperatures
Eliminates stiction from all automatic transmissions
Reduces coefficient of friction
Transmission stiction eliminator minimizes metal to metal contact
Eliminates rust & corrosion
 Anti-stiction fluid smooths out gear changes
5 year shelf life

TREATMENT RATIO
1 QT / 20 QTS FLUID

Recommended for ALL automatic and CVT transmissions.

SKU: TSE:HSSTSE32Z

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  1. BRIAN KENNEY

    BRIAN KENNEY

    will trans stiction work in 4×4 chevy blazer transfercase

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  2. chad

    chad

    I have a 2006 Dodge 2500 with a 48RE transmission how much transmission stiction eliminater do I need to put in it?

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    • Spencer Williams

      Admin Spencer Williams

      Your owner’s manual should say the total capacity is around 17 qts. A 1 quart (32 ounce) bottle of TSE is enough to treat your 48RE. If you’re currently experiencing issues with your transmission, or have high mileage, you could choose to use the entire bottle which would be roughly 1.8 ounces of TSE per quart of ATF. If you are just doing routine maintenance, have lower than average mileage (less than 100k) or just want to make sure your 48RE is clean and protected, than half the TSE bottle would suffice (just under 1 ounce TSE per quart of ATF). Remember, TSE replaces the ATF, do not overfill your transmission.

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  3. Willie G.

    Willie G. (verified owner)

    Can run trans stiction in my Allison transmission?

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    • Spencer Williams

      Admin Spencer Williams

      Hello Willie,
      Yes Transmission Stiction Eliminator can be used in your Allison transmission. Please adhere to dosage on the product label.

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  4. Mike Graham

    Mike Graham

    Would this also work in a 1996 Subaru automatic tranny that has 145K miles on it?? The problem is the transfer clutch causes bucking when making a tight turn. It does NOT do it all the time but seems to do it more when it is hot out. On line, folks say to change the transmission/ transfer case oil to help the problem. How much TSE would I need to use, The Subaru owners manual book says the tranny takes 2.6 – 3.2 qt. Any ideas??

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    • Spencer Williams

      Admin Spencer Williams

      Hello Mike,
      If you are dealing with a lubrication related issue, TSE is the solution to turn to. The temperature variable makes me believe it is a lubrication error. 5-6 ounces of TSE would treat your transmission if the manual states 2.6-3.2qts as your capacity. Please note, it replaces the transmission fluid, so you’d have to leave out 5-6 ounces of ATF if you do a fluid change or drain 5-6 ounces of ATF if you’d prefer to keep the existing fluid in there.

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  5. Jim Anderson

    Jim Anderson

    Hotshots TSE states “recommended for ALL automatic transmissions”. Please confirm if this includes CVT trannys (i.e. ’07 2.5 Altima).

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    • Spencer Williams

      Admin Spencer Williams

      Hello Jim,
      Yes, Transmission Stiction Eliminator is safe for use in CVT transmissions. As with any of our products, please adhere to the dosage ratio stated on the label or “How to Use” tab.

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• Dissolves varnish and additive residue
• Reduces coefficient of friction
• Improves fuel economy, guaranteed in truck fleets
• Wear protection
• Reduces operating temperature
• Reduces emissions
• Reduces wear
• Smoother gear changes
• Reduces noise and vibration
• Protects rubber seals
• Swells seals 1 1/2 % to 3% and then lubricates them to prevent wear
• Reduces oil leakage
• Extends oil drain intervals
• Fixes automatic transmission

The requirement for higher performance transmissions lubricants has increased considerably in recent years due to the introduction of new and sophisticated transmission systems. The transmission fluid serves as a hydraulic fluid, a heat transfer fluid and lubricating fluid. Over time, varnish and sticky residue (stiction) can form inhibiting the performance of the fluid. Our high performance ester formula is a unique lubricity and cleaning agent, that tenaciously attaches itself to all metal parts that it comes in contact with inside the transmission. The strong polarity pulls deposits off the metal surfaces and puts them back into solution. The metal in a transmission is nearly always positively charged while Transmission Stiction Eliminator is negatively charged. Attachment of a thin layer of Transmission Stiction Eliminator to all metals is natural and not dependent upon temperature, pressure or anything else. An added benefit is a reduction in temperature due to less friction on the critical moving parts.

Directions:

  • 1-2 ounces of TSE treats 1 quart of transmission fluid.
  • 3-4 ounces of TSE treats 2 quarts of transmission fluid.
  • 8 ounces of TSE treats 5 quarts of transmission fluid.
  • 16 ounces of TSE treats 10 quarts of transmission fluid.
  • 24 ounces of TSE treats 15 quarts of transmission fluid.
  • 32 ounces of TSE treats 20 quarts of transmission fluid.

Recommended Frequency:
Works best when added during a fresh fluid change; refer to the owner’s manual for recommended intervals.

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