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my chevrolet tahoe has to much transmission fluid in it and it slips some times i put lube guard treatment in the black bottle and now it runs fine in mild temperatures and in cold temperatures it acts funny whats the problem

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Karen Salvaggio, Owner - Professional Race Car Driver at Thunder Valley Racing My first thought would be that the trans might be overfilled from the addition of the Lubegard: Lubegard Instructions: For normal applications, add 1 oz. (29.6 mL) per quart (Liter) of ATF to the total transmission capacity (including torque converter) with motor idling in park. Do not overfill.

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