Automatic Transmission Flush Kit

The Problem

Automobile manufacturers require scheduled transmission fluid changes in order to maintain warranty coverage. Following the warranty period, transmission fluid changes are still recommended on a specific schedule to maintain optimum condition of the transmission. Transmission coolers, lines and torque converters are not typically drained during a traditional transmission fluid drain and fill. In fact, up to 75% of the used contaminated fluid can remain in the system. Just like motor oil and engine coolants, transmission fluid deteriorates over time, forming damaging sludge and varnish deposits. Wear metals are difficult to remove when much of the old fluid remains in the transmission system.

Much of this damaging debris stays in the transmission, slowly grinding away internal components. According to a leading manufacturer of transmission fluid, the addition of new fluid to contaminated fluid can actually cause sludge and varnish deposits to clog filters and restrict the flow of transmission fluid. This can result in a serious malfunction, or even a complete transmission failure. Transmission fluid drain and fill services can be messy, with a high likelihood of technicians coming into contact with potentially dangerous transmission fluid. Transmission fluid changing machines that provide a 1:1 exchange of old and new ATF rely on the vehicle's transmission pump to determine the exchange rate and thus the length of time required to perform the service. Fluid pressure and flow varies from vehicle to vehicle and, as such, vehicles exhibiting relatively low pressure/ flow may require a much longer duration service than vehicles exhibiting relatively high pressure/flow. It is preferable that all vehicles be serviced in a relatively short and consistent time frame.

The Solution

The Wynn's® TranServe® III Automatic Transmission Flush and Fill machine makes the chore of transmission fluid changes much easier by connecting to the transmission through the cooler lines. The machine removes most of the old, contaminated fluid from the entire transmission system including the torque converter, transmission cooler and all transmission lines, providing a service in less than 10 minutes, even in low flow vehicles. The transmission is then filled with new, OEM-approved automatic transmission fluid.

Even if pan removal is required to replace the filter, the TranServe III machine can be used to lower the transmission fluid level for easier, safer and cleaner pan removal. Wynn's Automatic Transmission Flush transforms the old fluid into a safe cleaner to remove sludge and varnish deposits that could cause contamination of the new transmission fluid, reduced ATF flow and cooling, and potential transmission filter plugging. The TranServe III machine makes the removal of suspended sludge, varnish deposits and wear metals possible, providing unparalleled maintenance and protection. Adding Wynn's Automatic Transmission Treatment revitalizes seals and O-rings to help prevent fluid leaks that are common following traditional transmission fluid changes. Wynn's Automatic Transmission Treatment also extends the life of new transmission fluid to provide better protection between service intervals. 1050 W.