Here’s a quick ‘How and Why’ video on adding Trans Tune to automatic transmission fluid (ATF).
How to add Trans Tune to automatic transmission fluid:
1. Remove transmission fluid dipstick,
2. check fluid level,
3. insert fluid funnel into filler tube (same tube as ATF dipstick),
4. add up to a full can of Trans Tune and re-insert dipstick,
5. drive at least 30 miles – be sure to use each gearshift position to circulate in the fluid.
At least 30 driving miles before replacing automatic transmission fluid.
>All petroleum-based auto transmission fluid systems are prone to erratic and rough performance caused by the buildup of sticky petroleum varnish.
>Trans Tune works safely and quickly to dissolve harmful varnish residues and deposits that impair transmission system parts.
>When used before ATF replacement, Trans Tune liquefies varnish back into the fluid phase, allowing the varnish to drain away with the old fluid.
Trans Tune can be used in all types of conventional, synthetic, and mineral-based petroleum fluids and will not swell seals or harm gaskets, O-rings, or clutch material.