Automobile Engine Sludge, An Epidemic Costing Car Owners Money

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People are concerned about dealer options and cost to try and correct this ongoing problem. The recent development of Auto-Rx is non solvent-non petroleum based patented ecological chemistry. The workers at Auto-Rx guarantee to perform or money back guarantee. Auto-Rx does no harm to the engine or transmission or power steering. Please visit to the read FAQ and customers like who have had bad sludge issues.

A small engine building shop here in Fl, with 24 years experience building automotive engines. specialize in doing Japanese engines, in particular Toyota trucks and 4 runners. They would like to share there experiences with their recent development Auto-Rx.

1 - Nissan 3.0 v6 in a p/u, high mileage, with a severe rear main leak. Completely stopped with only Auto-Rx

2 - Dodge caravan 3.0v6 (Mitsubishi) with a knocking from the auto trans. Stopped with Auto-Rx

3 - Honda accord 1.8, with stuck rings. Stopped burning oil during second treatment with Auto-Rx

4 - Toyota 4wd, n217, 000nmi, 22re, severely sludged. The sludge had crystallized and riddled with carbon grit. The owner told the shop he didn't think the engine would last, but offered to try some Auto-Rx in it. He ran it for 1,800 miles on the first bottle and returned the truck when the workers removed the valve cover none of the grit in the oil I expected. There was even bare metal in some places. This engine would be what would make or break Auto-Rx cleaning ability.

There are many vehicles that aren't worth the cost of an engine rebuild or replacement. If they are leaking, sludged, or suffering from gummed up lifters, Auto-Rx is a way for a shop owner - to effectively repair their engine, make some money, and develop a devoted customer.

Engine rebuilders comments on Auto-Rx effectiveness.

A sensible alternative to automotive financial loss due to sludge. Five Years in Business Patented Product


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