Transmission Stiction Eliminator

Rated 4.76 out of 5 based on 76 customer ratings
(135 customer reviews)

$24.95


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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. Todd V.

    Todd V. (verified owner)

    Im not a big believer in additives, but I was having problem with my motorhome Allison transmission. So I thought I couldn’t hurt it anymore than it was, so I added the recommended amount and left on a 2k mile trip. Almost immediately it started shifting smoother. I drove the rest of the trip with no issues. When I got home I added some to my Dodge 2500 trans that wasn’t shifting smoothly either, well it worked. So this stuff works.

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  2. Kevin LeClair

    5 out of 5

    Kevin LeClair

    I bought your transmission fix product for my brother’s truck and it worked great! Got rid of the hard shifts. I have also used your Stiction Eliminator, Diesel Extreme, and Anti Gel.

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    • Bruce Jones

      Bruce Jones (verified owner)

      Changed tranny fluid in my 98 Chevy 4×4 for the first time @ 60k and added “Slick 50” and new filter. No problems before or after but just thought I’d add it. This time, @ 98k I put in TSE and a new filter. I believe there is a difference in a smother operation. I believe in
      taking care of your vehicles and they will take care of you. After reading of all your reviews I think I made a very wise choice. I feel comfortable in a full recommendation. This truck runs great with 5k oil and filter changes and regular tranny changes giving smooth
      shifting! What’s to loose?

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    • T Snook

      T Snook

      I have an 05 new beetle with the typical 09G hard shifts from the solenoids hanging up. Shop says try a shift kit but I just seen this product on TruckU and thought it might help. Any info on how well this product works in a VW 09G transmission?

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    • Spencer W.

      Spencer W. (verified owner)

      Hello! We have gotten positive feedback from users with a 09G who have used the TSE in their VW. Give it a shot, if you don’t see any improvement in your hard shifts let us know and we’ll refund you the cost of the product. Definitely a great place to start!

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    • Mike

      Mike

      I have a 2003 Honda Accord can this product be use in with the power steering fluid and will it be ok to use in transmission with 250,000 miles

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    • Spencer W.

      Spencer W. (verified owner)

      Mike, if your Accord has an automatic transmission than TSE is fully compatible. Some manufacturers actually use ATF as power steering fluid, for these types of systems I would recommend TSE. Your Accord requires a Honda approved power steering fluid, so if you’re experiencing power steering issues our FR3 Friction Reducer would be a better option. FR3 has cleaning abilities similar to the TSE, and you can treat your engine as well. Many power steering issues arise from a problem outside of the actual fluid system; but I’d still recommend our products since we offer a money back guarantee on every bottle. Give them a shot and keep us in the loop, we’ll make it right if you’re not satisfied.

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    • Matt Gardner

      Matt Gardner

      Will this work in a 2010 jeep patriot with a CVT transmission? Not having and issue with it. Heard alot of good this from my fried about the product.
      Thanks again .

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    • Levi

      Levi

      Yes it will work in a CVT!

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    • Aaron

      Aaron

      I have a 2007 Jeep compas manual trans can I use it in it?

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    • Levi

      Levi

      No sorry, the TSE is for automatic transmissions only…thanks!

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    • M.Piccininni

      M.Piccininni

      will it work in zf8+9 transmisions

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    • Levi

      Levi

      Yes, absolutely!

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    • Larry

      Larry

      Will it work on a 2003 Saturn Vue with the VT25E CVT Transmission?

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    • Levi

      Levi

      Yes absolutely Larry, keep us posted!

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    • Ernest

      Ernest

      Will TSE work on a 2004 Porsche Cayenne Turbo transfer with a hard 3-4 gear shift?

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    • Levi

      Levi

      Yes, and this is the perfect scenario to try TSE. Please post a follow-up review of your results Ernest, thanks!

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    • Ed

      Ed

      Do u have products for a 2007 Toyota RAV4?

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    • Levi

      Levi

      Hi Ed, the TSE will work perfect along with our oil additives, especially FR3 Friction Reducer…thanks!

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  3. Kevin LeClair

    Kevin LeClair

    I bought your transmission fix product for my brother’s truck and it worked great! Got rid of the hard shifts. I have also used your Stiction Eliminator, Diesel Extreme, and Anti Gel.

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  4. Duggy Dugg

    Duggy Dugg

    I’m getting a more consistent downshifting in the blue rocket (’94 Geo Metro) now that the Transmission Stiction Eliminator has been in the trans awhile now; even on cold start up.

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    • LESTER GRIFFIS

      LESTER GRIFFIS

      When use the TSE do you have to short fill or can it just be added??
      Thanx,
      Lester

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    • Levi

      Levi

      Hi Lester, please replace fluid as to not overfill…thanks!

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    • Tony

      Tony

      How about in power steering system?

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    • Levi

      Levi

      Not TSE, but FR3 Friction Reducer works great in power steering!

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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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