Archive for: Transmission

One Product to Seal Them All: Super Leak Fix Stops Engine, Transmission, Power Steering, Hydraulic and Gear/Axle Leaks

As of this year, now there is a chemical stop-leak product so well-formulated that it can handle multiple types of leaks, from various automotive systems. Introducing Bar’s Leaks Super Leak Fix™, a multi-system formula that quickly seals, stops and prevents leaks in all engine, transmission, power steering, hydraulic and gear systems. One bottle, one solution.

Super Leak Fix is safe for auto, truck, farm, marine and small engines running on gasoline and diesel fuels. It can be used with these vehicle systems and applications:

Engine: gasoline and diesel
Transmission: automatic, manual and CVT
Power steering: pump, gear box, rack and pinion
Hydraulic: jack, snow plow, tractor and construction
Gear: differential, axle,…

Bar’s Leaks Develops Industry’s First Transmission Treatment to Repair ALL Transmission Types

Chemical Innovation Gives Birth to New Bar’s Leaks Super Transmission Fix™ to Stop Leaks, Slipping and Jerking
We finally did it. After over a year of research and development, we put our decades of industry experience to work using the latest chemical technology to develop Super Transmission Fix™, the aftermarket’s first transmission treatment to repair all transmission types. Our premium-grade synthetic-blend treatment eliminates slipping, jerking, rough shifting, shudder and transmission fluid leaks in automatic, manual, CVT or dual clutch transmissions.

Super Transmission Fix (p/n 1416) is formulated with seal conditioners to stop leaks, anti-wear agents to improve metal-on-metal friction properties, and advanced detergents to remove sludge and varnish. It also includes a performance booster to renew worn bands, control fluid degradation and reduce noise.

“Development of…

The Environmental Consequences of Automated Fluid Leaks

When you have an automotive fluid leak, you’re likely aware of the problems it causes to your vehicle. Low fluid levels — be it engine oil, coolant, transmission fluid or any other fluid — can create major problems and force your vehicle off the road (and put some hurt on your wallet). If these fluid levels are low because of leaks in your lines, gaskets and fittings, there’s another problem to worry about: environmental damage.

Effects of Automotive Fluid Leaks on the Environment
Oil and coolant leaks not only cause unattractive stains on our driveways, parking lots and roads, but they can also seep into the ground and pollute waterways. It’s important to understand the consequences of motor oil, coolant and other fluid pollution and seal…

When Should I Replace My Transmission Fluid?

No matter which engine fluid you’re talking about, changing it at regular intervals is important (but all too often ignored). In the case of automatic transmission fluid, or ATF, clean fluid does a better job of lubricating moving parts and minimizing transmission internal wear. Fresh ATF also distributes heat better, extending the life of your transmission. It’s literally one of the hardest-working fluids in your vehicle.

If you’ve ever had to have your automatic transmission serviced, you know how costly it is. Transmissions are complex beasts. Modern automatic transmissions are incredibly advanced and include intricate valves and passages that route transmission fluid where it is needed. When your transmission fluid starts to break down, wear can create small particles and contamination that wear out your…

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Do It Yourself: Repairing a Car Oil Leak at Home

Many of us panic when we see oil pooling under our car. We immediately think of the high cost of professional repairs and our car being sidelined for a few days. Thankfully, in many cases, you can repair minor to moderate oil leaks at home with one of our Bar’s Leaks engine repair products. We have a number of advanced formulations that are proven to stop engine oil leaks at the source.

So, our advice? Instead of running to a mechanic at the first sign of an oil leak, take the time to determine where your oil leak is coming from and get a feel for how severe the leak is. You can do this at home, in your garage or in your driveway by…