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Bar's Leaks offers a first line of defense against transmission repairs

Thursday, July 7, 2016 - 06:00
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Replacing or rebuilding a transmission costs an average of $2,600. For customers who can’t afford a hard fix or whose vehicles aren’t worth the investment, installing Bar’s Leaks Automatic Transmission Repair is a cost-effective way to restore transmission performance. With a suggested retail price of around $11, Automatic Transmission Repair (P/N 1400) is a fast and affordable solution for most common transmission problems, including:
• Poor shift feel. Slipping, lazy “soft” shifts or rough “hard” shifting.
• Noise. Usually expressed as shudder, chatter or whining.
• Fluid loss/leaks. Transmission fluid seeping through leaky seals, gaskets or O-rings.
 
Bar’s Leaks Automatic Transmission Repair restores transmission performance by stopping slipping, preventing lazy shifts and reducing rough shifting. It quiets shudder, chatter and whining by reducing friction enough to prevent wear. It also helps control the temperature, while at the same time allowing some friction to prevent the internal clutch material from slipping. Bar’s Leaks Automatic Transmission Repair conditions seals, gaskets and O-rings to stop current leaks and prevent future leaks.
 
“Bar’s Leaks Automatic Transmission Repair is a proven solution that can save a ton of money and time,” explains Clay Parks, vice president of development for Bar’s Leaks. “Some solutions on the market aren’t as effective as they claim to be, and some can even make automatic transmission problems worse. Bar’s Leaks is a brand built on trust. Our products are time-tested, with hundreds of millions of customers served through our nearly 70-year history.”
 
Professional technicians can install Bar’s Leaks Automatic Transmission Repair for customers who choose not to make the investment in a mechanical repair. It’s also a great choice to recommend to do-it-yourselfers, since anyone who can open a bottle and the hood of a car can quickly and easily use this product. Bar’s Leaks Automatic Transmission Repair can be used when topping off existing transmission fluid or by adding a bottle when the transmission fluid is changed. It starts working as soon as the vehicle is driven, with results seen in about 100 miles or two days of driving. It is formulated to work in all types of transmission fluid, and is made for use in regular (not CVT) automatic transmissions.
 
Like all Bar’s Leaks products, Automatic Transmission Repair is made in the U.S.A. It is available to distribution in case packs of four 16-ounce bottles.
 
For more information, call (800) 345-6572, email cbarsleaks.com/product/transmission-repair/ or visit barsleaks.com/product/transmission-repair/.
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