Fluid that protects and lubricates bearings and gears breaks down overtime and gets corroded. Changing the fluid helps

  • Protect gears with proper lubrication
  • Protect against bearings and gear failures

The Problem

Wear and damage to bearings and gears that are at work inside your vehicle’s gearboxes results from driving stress and high temperatures. Fluids that protect and lubricate these vital components break down due to stop-and-go driving, towing, high speeds and other frequently experienced driving conditions.

The Solution

Have your vehicle’s gearboxes (manual transmission, transaxle, differential, final drive, transfer case) serviced at the manufacturer’s recommended interval. Service intervals vary from 15,000 to 30,000 to 100,000 miles. It is also important to regularly inspect fluid for proper levels and check fill plugs to ensure against leaks.

Have your vehicle’s gearboxes (manual transmission, transaxle, differential, final drive, transfer case) serviced at the manufacturer’s recommended interval. Service intervals vary from 15,000 to 30,000 to 100,000 miles. It is also important to regularly inspect fluid for proper levels and check fill plugs to ensure against leaks.

Benefits to You

  1. Helps protect gears from abnormal wear caused by poor lubrication.
  2. Helps prevent gears from overheating.
  3. Helps protect against bearing and gear failure.
  4. Helps maintain vehicle warranty.

Recommended Service Interval: please see your owner’s manual.