Transmission Stiction Eliminator

Rated 4.76 out of 5 based on 96 customer ratings
(162 customer reviews)

$24.95$99.80

1 qt
1 gal
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Transmission 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. John

    5 out of 5 TSE really does work

    John (verified owner)

    I drive a fleet vehicle for a company with an average 200 to 300 miles a day. It’s a 2002 F350 7.3 with a large utility bed, it has a little over 210k on the odometer. When I was assigned to the truck, I had no idea the maintenance that had been done to it. The truck would: hang in gears and was awful about not down shifting. I asked my boss if I could do my own routine preventive maintenace, he told me I could. So I did a fluid drain and fill (which my company provided the fluid), then I added 20-24 ounces of TSE (I provided). Within the first 500-600 miles I noticed a difference in the shifting of the transmission. I cannot tell you how glad I am that I found your product. There is even no more of the hard clunking sound when shifting out of park into a gear. The temperature gauge even shows a cooler reading when under a load. The truck pulls a hill without the constant down shifting. It’s almost like I’m in a different truck.

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  2. Jack

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    Jack

    My 2003 Acura MDX regularly “slips” when downshifting from 2nd gear to 1st. It acts like the car is in neutral. I either have to slow down very slowly and depress the gas pedal very lightly (when going from 2nd to 1st), or I have to come to a complete stop. When I stop and then go, it drives fine. The only way to fix the “slipping” is to either come to a complete stop and let the car get into 1st, or to manually change the gear shifter to 2nd gear and drive away. Will TSE help this issue? Or will I be spending money on an issue that is deeper than that?

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    • Spencer W.

      Spencer W. (verified owner)

      Jack, this issue does sound like a lubrication/stiction issue causing that slip. I would recommend trying the TSE to see if we can clean up the transmission, if you don’t see an improvement let us know and we can issue a full refund. I’d definitely start with the TSE for trying to narrow this issue down.

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    • Jack

      Jack

      Spencer, thanks for the info. From the research I have done, it very well may be a sticky solenoid. I’m hoping that the TSE cures that and I’m back to normal. I already ordered a bottle from Amazon (fastest way to get it). I’ll only have one day to get it in before I take a business trip, but will check the results after I return. How long (miles or hours) will it take to notice any difference?

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    • Spencer W.

      Spencer W. (verified owner)

      It varies from application to application, especially if you’re just adding the TSE, doing a flush, doing a filter change, etc. Some users report almost immediately, others say within 100 miles. Tough to say without driving the vehicle or seeing the existing fluid’s condition, I’d say drive it for a few days and get back to us. Have a great holiday weekend, travel safe!

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  3. Mike

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    Mike

    I have a 2000 silverado 4×4 ,5.3 ltr. with 70,000 mi. I purchased 32 oz of TSE, but having trouble figuring out how much to add to my trans fluid, can you help?

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    • Spencer W.

      Spencer W. (verified owner)

      When draining and refilling, you should get increments of roughly 5 quarts. The system itself holds roughly 11.4 quarts of ATF (4L60E with 300mm converter). I’d recommend draining the initial 5 quarts, adding about half the one quart bottle (approximately 16-18 ounces), then adding 4.5 quarts of ATF to top off the system.

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  4. Juan

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    Juan

    Will TSE work on my 2001 Acura TL 3.2L transmission? The tranny was replaced 2 years ago and is starting to jerk a little bit. I know my tranny solenoid filters were clogged with some sticky gel is what it looked like and is caused by heat, i was having shifting issues till i cleaned them and it started shifting great again. I assume that’s what is called stiction correct?

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    • Spencer W.

      Spencer W. (verified owner)

      That sounds like a classic case of stiction! TSE will work in your TL, give it a shot and let us know if we fix your issue. We offer a money back guarantee and will refund the cost of the product if you’re not impressed. Thanks!

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    • Juan J Sojo

      Juan J Sojo

      Awesome… Yesterday i cleaned the filters again and replaced and installed a new external transmission filter including 2nd and 3rd gear clutch pressure swith, it shifts even better but Today i will be doing a tranny flush and adding some TSE. Thanks

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  5. Kevin

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    Kevin

    The owner’s manual for my 2007 Nissan Titan states that only a specific type of transmission fluid should be used. Is this safe to use in my truck?

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    • Spencer W.

      Spencer W. (verified owner)

      Our Transmission Stiction Eliminator is safe for use in all automatic transmissions. Thanks!

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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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