- Stops Noise
- Stops Leaks
- Eliminates Slipping
- Repairs Hard Shifting
- Stops Leaks and Fluid Loss
- Use in Automatic & Manual Transmissions
Rislone Transmission Stop Slip with Leak Repair contains a special blend of viscosity improvers, anti-wear friction modifiers and extreme pressure performance additives to solve most transmission problems. These additives reduce rough shifting and friction, while eliminating slip, controlling temperature, and repairing shudder, chatter and whining.
Depending on the transmission problem, results will either be immediate or noticeable within a few days of driving.
Yes, for severe problems or badly worn transmissions, use double the dosage or a second bottle.
Yes, it works with any front wheel drive, rear wheel drive, all-wheel drive and four wheel drive transmissions. Do not use in CVT transmissions. Use in ALL light duty and heavy duty vehicles including; car, truck, van, SUV, and RV’s with any 3 speed, 4 speed, 5 speed, 6 speed, electronic, overdrive, automatic or manual transmission. On manual transmissions it will only help with leaks, noise and hard or loose shifting, but not slipping.
Yes, it is compatible with ALL types of domestic and import transmission fluid; including petroleum and synthetic formulas.
The 32 oz Rislone Transmission Stop Slip with Leak Repair, part number 4502, is designed to treat 12 to 16 quarts of transmission fluid. For compact and smaller vehicles, use ½ of the bottle.
Yes, the Rislone Transmission Stop Slip with Leak Repair will work in manual / standard “stick” transmissions to top off the fluid level to stop leaks, noise and grinding gears. Will not help with slipping in manual transmissions.
Yes, remove transmission dipstick and check fluid level. For most vehicles this is usually done while the engine is running and the transmission is in park. Tip: The transmission dipstick is usually located near the engine oil dipstick but further back into the engine compartment. Some vehicles do not have a normal dipstick. For those, the product has to be added to the transmission through a fill plug. Consult owner’s manual for location. If fluid is low, pour entire contents of the bottle into the dipstick tube. Do NOT overfill. For compact and smaller vehicles, use ½ of the bottle. Tip. If necessary, to prevent overfill, drain some fluid from transmission. Check fluid level again. Top off with manufacturer’s recommended transmission fluids as needed. Replace dipstick and drive 10 to 15 minutes to circulate fluid.
No, the product is completely safe to use and will not harm any part of the transmission system.
You know how our bodies can’t function correctly without the proper amount of fluids? Well, the same is true for your car. Automatic transmissions don’t work without fluid, nor do they work well without the correct fluid. And did we mention these fluids are one of the most complex lubricants in your car’s system?
Automatic transmission fluid must reduce friction enough to prevent wear and control temperature while at the same time allowing some friction to prevent the internal clutch material from slipping. Yeah, it works hard. Crazy hard. That’s why we created the Rislone Transmission Stop Slip with Leak Repair.
This product contains a special blend of viscosity improvers, anti-wear friction modifiers and extreme pressure performance additives to solve most transmission problems. These additives reduce rough shifting and friction while eliminating slip, controlling temperature and repairing shudder, chatter and whining.
A transmission leak is bad news, and a slipping transmission is worse news. The two together? It’s time to get working on a repair. By the time your transmission fluid has leaked enough to make your transmission slip, you’re already starting to damage the transmission internals. The cost of removing and repairing or replacing a modern automatic transmission is extremely high and can take a lot of time. Don’t let your car get to that stage. At the first sign of transmission slip or fluid leak you need to react.
To make your life easier and to keep your vehicle on the road longer, our chemical engineers have been working for nearly 100 years to create effective, high-performance aftermarket chemicals and additives. One of our more popular products is our transmission additive for slipping. That’s because of the huge expense of repairing a transmission. The low price and ease-of-use of our transmission slip fluid makes it an easy choice, especially for cases that are caught early where damage isn’t yet severe.
Transmission fluid leaks and slipping are a problem for several reasons:
This is where our Rislone Transmission Stop Slip with Leak Repair comes in. It’s simply the best transmission additive on the market, and it’s been proven through millions of bottles sold. We’ve formulated it with leak repair to offer you added value. One application allows you to stop any leaks and remove the slippage within your transmission.
Your car, like your body, works hard to keep you going. Reward it by feeding it the good stuff. Simply watch Bobby and Caitlin in our how-to video and give your overworked transmission fluid some well-deserved help.
“I had a small leak in my transmission and very rough shifts with my 2010 Fusion. One bottle of this at the recommendation of the guy at the auto parts store and both problems are 100% gone. Worth every penny! I did not want to be dealing with a transmission repair bill.”
“More products than I thought! I'm going to try some of them.”
“After driving from Southern California to Guaymas, Mexico I noticed my tranny took a long time to shift and when it did it felt anything but normal. Once I got to my destination my truck had a chance to cooled down and the shifting but not like it use to and going on a short trip it started shifting badly again.
I bought a quart of this Rislone Transmission Stop Slip and drained my tranny fluid while it was hot. Poured a quart utility of the catch pan then poured the remaining fluid back in the tranny started the engine then poured the Rislone in. Went for a thirty minute drive and my truck is shifting like new. Going back to California in a few days so will be able to see how it does on the long haul.”