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Old 10-05-2011
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just was thinking anyone know if u can add that seafoam stuff to ur tranny fluid lol have some sludge in there i noticed it last time i changed it(friday) wasnt sure if this would help or what would lol
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There's a Seafoam product specifically for the transmission.

I wouldn't use the normal Seafoam, because it wouldn't do much and could potentially mess something up. The regular Seafoam is to clear up carbon buildup and other byproducts of combustion. If there's combustion in your tranny, you have some serious issues.
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Old 10-12-2011
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ATF is high in detergent right out of the bottle, this is by design. If you have sludge in a M/T, you've got a rather interesting condition.
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