hi, i was trying to compare these three products b/c my transmission has some trouble slipping and downshifting. which is the best, is it ok to mix them? thank you
If your transmission is slipping and not down shifting properly you most likely need a rebuild. Slipping indicates the clutches are not applying enough pressure and that could be from wear or a fault in the hydraulic system-either way additives won't
A. There are actually several types of drive systems but essentially they all describe when engine power is transmitted to the four wheels. Many all-wheel-drive units power either the front or rear wheels most of the time. When those wheels start to slip, engine power is transmitted to the other axle. In traditional four-wheel-drive, the front and rear axles are locked together using a shift lever, button, or switch. These systems are designed for slippery roads or off-road use.
Permanent all-wheel-drive is a 50/50 split of torque between the front and rear wheels. In addition, there are variations of these systems that use a combination of electronic, traction, and brake control systems to improve traction and handling. Keep in mind that while all-wheel-drive will improve traction, it will do little to improve stopping. Many times over the winter I see the driver of an all-wheel-drive vehicle driving too fast for the road conditions only to lose control and get into a crash.ÂGet hot products from AliExpress. Paypal & Escrow Buyer Protection..