Ensure the syringe is at room temperature so the contents flow freely. Add the necessary amount of the Revitalizant into the transmission fluid reservoir. Drive the car normally. Revitalization is considered to be complete after 50 hours (approx. 1,500 km or 950 miles) of transmission operation.
A decrease in noise levels from the very first hour of operation is a sign that the revitalization process has begun.
Some automobiles with excessive transmission wear may require an extra dose of EX120, especially when improvement is noticed then symptoms return.
Revitalizant is compatible with all types of fluids for the automatic transmissions: Dexron®, Mercon®, Mopar®, CVT, etc. It does not enter into chemical reactions with transmission fluids or change their viscosity, friction or other physical-chemical properties.
The protective metal-ceramic coating is formed on any operative mechanism, however, if the state of the mechanism (part) is in critical condition (100% wear), the worn part should be replaced.
Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. If swallowed, seek medical advice immediately and show this container or label. Avoid release to the environment; refer to special instructions/Material Safety Data Sheet.
Material Safety Data Sheet is available for professional user on request.