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don't spend your money on a dedicated flushing machine
Dr. Tranny Kooler Kleen This convenient oil-based solvent saves time and money for general service and repair shops. It will prevent contaminating new or rebuilt transmissions you install.

Dr. Tranny Kooler Kleen

To use instead of an expensive cooling system flushing machine to clean system and prevent cross contamination.
FOR PEOPLE WHO DON'T HAVE A
DEDICATED COOLING LINE FLUSHER

A three in one product
The flush can is used to prevent transmission contamination by removing and eliminating contaminants such as grease, dirt, sludge, grime and metal shavings in transmission cooling systems and lines, without leaving any water or soapy residue in the system. It also cleans electric parts, wire harnesses, etc. leaving a thin layer of dielectric protectant.


has three uses in one:


(wire harnesses & solenoids), electronic engine connections (computers, sensors & wiring)
1. Line Flush Cleaner 2. Electronic Transmission Cleaner 3. Dielectric Protectant

Benefits

  • Leaves no soapy residue
  • Contains no water
  • Prevents contamination
  • Prevents costly comebacks
  • Contains no ozone depleting chemicals or CFCs
  • Contains no chlorinated solvents
  • Easy to Use

 

Car Manufactures Use, Endorse and Designate LUBEGARD/Dr. Tranny Kooler Kleen, Shouldn't You?
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Why Kooler Kleen outperforms the competition

There have been many debates about the use of water based detergent cleaners (soaps) and oil based solvent cleaners. Water based transmission cleaners have high detergent and dispersant levels, and once flushed through the system leave behind a film of the detergents, water, dispersant and/or ATF emulsion on the walls of the tubing. The water and chemicals remaining, which are not good for your transmission, will become part of the new ATF when the transmission is re-installed. Using an oil based cleaning method makes sense; the technician can ensure that the new ATF stays dry and that the transmission is reassembled to last.

Directions for Use
For Line Flush Cleaner: Attach connector to transmission feed line. Next, attach hose to transmission return line to collect flush and residue in a waste container. Hold can upright and actuate. Flush until clear. For best results use entire content of can per installation. Then turn can upside down and continue cleaning with air only.
For Wire Harness Cleaner: Cut off hose to appropriate length to direct the stream. Spray over dirty depowered 6-12 volt electrical components.
For Dielectric Protectant: Allow cleaned components to dry before repowering.