Synthetic Brake Fluid Dot 3 & 4

Lucas Oil Products, Inc.

Synthetic Brake Fluid Dot 3 & 4

Lucas DOT 3 Brake Fluid is a high quality blend of polyethylene glycol ethers and additives which meet or exceed the industry minimum dry boiling point of 401'F. It meets the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) No. 116 and SAE J1703 specifications. Lucas DOT 3 Brake Fluid is recommended for use in both disc and drum brake system and clutch system where this type of product is called out for.

Lucas DOT 4 Brake Fluid is a high quality blend of polyethylene glycol ethers and additives which meet or exceed the industry minimum dry boiling point of 446'F. It meets the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) No. 116 and SAE J1704 specifications. Lucas DOT 4 Brake Fluid is recommended for use in both disc and drum brake system and clutch system where this type of product is called out for.

Key Benefits

  • Prevents seal hardening or softening
  • Protects against rust or corrosion
  • Provides excellent lubricity
  • Compatible with all brake system rubber components and other fluids.

Packaging

Dot 3
  • #10825 - 12 Ounce (Case of 12) - 15 lbs
  • #10826 - 1 Quart (Case of 12) - 27 lbs

Dot 4
  • #10827 - 12 Ounce (Case of 12) - 15 lbs

Documentation

Product Spec Sheet

Technical Data Sheet

Synthetic Brake Fluid Dot 3

Synthetic Brake Fluid Dot 4

Safety Data Sheet

Safety Data Sheet

Synthetic Brake Fluid Dot 3

Synthetic Brake Fluid Dot 4


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Lucas Halle uses Lucas Transmission Fix for '85 Ford Thunderbird V6

Hi,

My name is Lucas Halle. I'm a poor college student with an '85 Ford Thunderbird V6 and an automatic transmission. I bought it a few months ago. When I bought the car, the transmission would not make the car go forward. I went to the local auto store and got a bottle of Lucas Oil Transmission Fix (I had to go with the Lucas name! It was more than coincidence). Once the paperwork was done, I put it in and the car worked! I was truly amazed this product turned an $80 (yes, eighty dollars I paid for the car) rolling chassis into a vehicle I could drive reliably.

Then, I got crazy. I took the car to the local ¼-mile track. It was good for about 10 1/8 mile runs and 10 1/4 mile runs, both manually shifting and automatically shifting (best 1/4 et was 18.48). Sometime that night, I lost 3rd gear, which didn't make any sense since the car didn't make it into 3rd during the runs. In any case, I got it home and discovered my transmission fluid was brown with a sandy texture. So, I decided to do a fluid change and, once again, I used a bottle of Lucas Oil Transmission Fix along with some cheap tranny fluid. Well, immediately I noticed that my car ran again. The forward clutch packs are just about gone, causing slow acceleration in first gear. This problem disappears once the car has warmed up. But just tonight, I also realized I once again had 3rd gear! This product blows my mind. I will never run a car without a bottle of Lucas Oil Transmission Fix in it whether it needs it or not! Thank you Lucas Oil!

- Lucas Halle


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