New release! The most advanced Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) fix you can buy. Engineered to stop slips, sluggishness, and hesitation – all while safely and quickly sealing any CVT leaks. After over a year in development, we’re proud to introduce the finest CVT repair formula on the market, bar none.
Shake container. Add entire bottle of CVT Transmission Fix to transmission. Do not overfill. Depending on the CVT problem, results will either be immediate or noticeable within 200 miles or 4 days of driving. In CVT with seriously damaged components, a second treatment may be required. In this case, it is suggested that the fluid and filter be changed, and a second application of CVT Transmission Fix be added.
Continuously Variable Transmissions (CVTs) are great – until they are not. CVTs are more complex and specialized than a standard automatic transmission, and repair costs often are very expensive. And when a CVT cannot be repaired, it needs to be replaced, which can be so expensive that owners are forced to sideline an otherwise perfectly good car.
The good news is that we have a solution that can help you keep that car on the road and give your CVT a new lease on life. Introducing Bar’s Leaks CVT Transmission Fix – a product that spent over a year in development in our lab to specifically address CVT transmissions issues such as leaks, stalling, slipping and hesitation. This is not a regular transmission formula that’s been modified for CVTs – this is formula specifically engineered for CVTs and the problems they encounter.
Before scrapping your car or footing the bill for a replacement CVT – or even a complex CVT repair – try Bar’s Leaks CVT Transmission Fix. It’s designed to fix your CVT problems at a fraction of the cost, and it works within minutes. No mechanical or technical expertise required – installation is simple and straightforward.
Questions about this product, or if it’s right for you? Contact us and our Michigan-based technical support team will be happy to help.
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Have 2013 Altima with 135000 miles. Just purchased from a senior citizen. Almost new car even still smells new. Garage kept. Highway miles only. All service records but trans only serviced once. Started slipping a bit along with vibration. Changed oil and added your product. In only 25 miles about 75% restored. Added 2nd, in 75 miles now 90% improvement WOW!
I bought a 2013 Mitsubishi Lancer GT with the CVT trans, It was at a auction and I thought it was a manual trans, I had to haul it, changed the fluid, didn’t help a thing, I saw the Bar's Leaks at Autozone thought I’d try it. What’s $30.00 for 2 bottles? I drained out about the same amount that I was going to put in, Poured it in and drove it about 3 or 4 miles turned around and before I got back it was working as it should. So it worked for me. I just hope it works 1 more time because I bought a 2012 Nissan Quest and the trans is doing the same thing, I’ll let you all know if it works again!
I give it a 3 right now because I just added it in yesterday and only drove a little and parked it all night. I drove today and it definitely drives better and doesn't drag or whistle or skip. I will know tomorrow when I drive on the highway to work. Glad I looked this up and bought it I will keep some on deck for the future.
Nissan CVT not working as it should. Installed it, job done, works perfect.
Had a Nissan with a failed CVT. The shop told us we can repair, which would be expensive, but they recommended full transmission replacement, which was even more expensive. Like $5K expensive. Tried Bar's Leaks CVT Fix on a wing and a prayer and it worked almost immediately. A dead car brought back to life, put back into daily service with zero issues. You guys saved a life with this one, thanks!