|Q: How do
I use Lucas
Oil Stabilizer in my vehicle?
||A: It is recommended that you add the Oil
Stabilizer with every oil change (20% Stabilizer, 80% Oil). You
may also use the stabilizer to top off between oil changes in order to
help reduce oil consumption in an older engine, or maintain peak
performance in a new engine. In addition to being great for your
engine, you can also mix it 50%/50% in the transmission and 25%/75% in
the differential. Lucas Oil Stabilizer blends with any
petroleum-based or synthetic oil, and is formulated for gasoline or
|Q: How many miles do I need to have on
my vehicle before I can start using Lucas
||A: You don't have to have a specific amount of wear
before you start using our Oil Stabilizer. We use it in brand new
engines ourselves! Put in a quart each time you change the oil in
your car. You should be able to go at least 50% longer between oil
changes and your engine will last much, much longer.
|Q: How should I use Lucas
||A: We recommend adding a bottle of Lucas
Transmission Fix each time you change your transmission fluid
(approximately every 30-40,000 miles), or adding a bottle to your
current fluid to fix a small leak.
|Q: Will the Lucas
Power Steering Stop Leak correct the squealing and hard
spots in my steering?
||A: Yes, the Lucas Power Steering Stop Leak will
correct squealing and hard spots and fix most seal leaks in a worn rack
and pinion. You can also use the Power Steering Stop Leak in new
units to prevent wear.