Liqui Moly Transmission Fluid Additive

Where does Liqui Moly Oil additives come from?

With around 4,000 items, LIQUI MOLY offers a global, uniquely broad range of automotive chemicals: Motor oils and additives, greases and pastes, sprays and car care, glues and sealants. Founded in 1957, LIQUI MOLY develops and produces exclusively in Germany.

How does Liqui Moly work in your car?

LIQUI MOLY additives work like vitamins and trace elements in various areas of your vehicle. Our oil additives reduce friction and wear; our fuel additives keep the system clean and guarantee optimum combustion and compression.

Do you need OEM approval for Liqui Moly?

A: Yes, LIQUI MOLY carries official approvals by Porsche, Mercedes-Benz, BMW/MINI, and VW/Audi. Such an OEM approval is the highest seal of quality for a motor oil. It makes sure that this oil delivers the best performance in that engine and it fully complies with the warranty conditions.

How can I use my Liqui Moly points?

All in one tool to add value to our partners and say thank you. Track your rewards, redeem your points, easy to use oil guide, scan products for additional information, fill your shopping list and get all the latest news. International Range of all vehicles matched with Liqui Moly Products available all over the World.

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Liquid Moly is a premium brand that offers a wide range of motor and transmission oils including a great additive for automatic transmission systems. The formula prevents oil loss and keeps the transmission components clean and free from damaging deposits. It also rejuvenates seals and reduces loud shifting noises. Poor fluid conditions and oil contamination due to oxidation can eventually lead to transmission failure. This ATF additive reenergizes old oil so it can do its job once more. It is also capable of extending the life of fresh oil. Refreshing oil performance and cleaning the small mazes within the oil galleries of the transmission play a crucial part in extending the service life of any transmission. This German creation contributes to better power steering and noise reduction and is closer to a paste than a fluid in terms of texture.   

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