I was on a motorcycle group and a guy there says this Chrysler
anti-foaming agent is no longer available thru Chrysler? Part number is
Is it the same stuff they use in the truck transmissions?
Surely they don't just quit making it when one would still need it?
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What are you using it for?
I recall a web page (sorry, long forgotten the URL, maybe Google for
it?) where the guy tested oil (Lucas was one oil he tested, and how I
found the site) and anti-foaming additives.
Well, if Chrysler calls for it... Personally I've not found much need
for it in my trucks, never had a failure I could contribute to
I'll see if I can run across the web page.
OK, easier than I thought:
I think he's got a forum setup too...
Thanks, I've always used it in recent (2001 and newer) trucks, as the
dealer puts it in when they service them too. Don't know if it matters,
but I did burn up a 2001 1500 tranny woth only 15000 miles on it towing a
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And it crapped out due to foaming? I'd be more inclined to think it
was overheating/slipping clutches. Does the 1500 have an 'over temp'
light for the transmission (the 2500 HD does, at least my 2004 has
Also, did it have a cooler other than one combined with the radiator?
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