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Q: Opinion on Lucas transmission fix

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How good is it to use Lucas Fix that is available on the market for transmission engine oil and power steering?

A: That's pretty good stuff. I use it in e...

That's pretty good stuff. I use it in engines and transmissions all the time and occasionally in the power steering. It's a good company. It's been there for quite some time. They are not miracle workers but it's pretty good stuff.

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