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Lucas Oil Products Power Steering Stop Leak 12 oz.

Part No. 10008 Warranty Details  
Lucas Power Steering Stop Leak helps eliminate hard spots and stop seal leaks. This formula is a blend of special oils and petroleum-extracted additives, and it contains no solvents. Formulated to offer no harmful long-term effects. It is also an excellent preventative maintenance product for new units.
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Lucas Oil ProductsPower Steering Stop Leak 12 oz.
 
3.8

(based on 20 reviews)

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74%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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  • Easy to use (17)
  • Reliable (8)
  • Can withstand use (5)
  • Compact (3)

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    • Home garage (13)
    • Automotive repair shop (4)
    • Roadside repairs (3)
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    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Worked like its description.

    My power steering kept leaking n making the steering wheel hard at the worst moments like getting out the way of an omcoming car but like the product details said: stops leak with one...Read complete review

    My power steering kept leaking n making the steering wheel hard at the worst moments like getting out the way of an omcoming car but like the product details said: stops leak with one bottle. And thats exactly what happened. I didnt even need the whole bottle.

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Didnt work For Me

    Fluid poured from steering box before & after use. The bottle says guaranteed or money back , BUT< the guys at the store said return to manufacturer. It does not say on...Read complete review

    Fluid poured from steering box before & after use. The bottle says guaranteed or money back , BUT< the guys at the store said return to manufacturer. It does not say on the bottle where to return it & after a lot of back & forth they gave Me My money back & wrote it off as defective. Manufacturer should say WHO warranties the product !

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    5.0

    Lucas Power Steering Stop Leak Worked

    By Jay Dub

    from Riverview, Florida

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    • Easy To Use

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      • Home Garage

      Comments about Lucas Oil Products Power Steering Stop Leak 12 oz.:

      I have a 1996 Toyota Camry with V-6 engine and 325,000 miles that began leaking power steering fluid about one month ago from an undetermined point in my steering system. The leak worsened quickly to the point that I was losing one pint of power steering fluid after driving 80 miles. Two days ago, I put one bottle of Lucas Power Steering Stop Leak into the almost empty power steering reservoir. One day ago, I drove 80 miles round trip and noted that the reservoir was still completely full when I arrived home. Today, I drove 80 miles again and noted quite happily that the reservoir was yet again still completely full upon my arrival home.

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      1.0

      Not Good

      By Mark

      from Vermont, U.S.A.

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            Comments about Lucas Oil Products Power Steering Stop Leak 12 oz.:

            If you live in a area and it gets colder than 0 you may not want to use this. I did and made my pump act like it was dry.

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            5.0

            It worked for me

            By John

            from Virginia

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            • Easy To Use
            • Reliable

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              • Automotive Repair Shop
              • Home Garage
              • Roadside Repairs
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              Comments about Lucas Oil Products Power Steering Stop Leak 12 oz.:

              I have a 2001 Grand Prix that developed a leak. It got to the point where I was adding fluid every 50-60 miles. I tried this product just in case it would work. I filled my resevoir with this product and 350 miles later it is still full. It also made my steering very smooth. It worked for my old buggy.

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              1.0

              Still leaking

              By The Suwanee Cruiser

              from Suwanee, GA

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              • Can Withstand Use
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                  Comments about Lucas Oil Products Power Steering Stop Leak 12 oz.:

                  The product did not seal the leak.

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                  5.0

                  Outstanding producgt

                  By DIY old man

                  from Hartford, AL

                  About Me Casual Driver, Do it youselfer

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                  • Easy To Use
                  • Effective
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                      Comments about Lucas Oil Products Power Steering Stop Leak 12 oz.:

                      This is the first time I used this product or even knew that it existed. The product is more expensive than other power steering fluids, but by stopping the leak in the power steering system, it eliminated the need to continue buying the lessor power steering fluid. This is also environmentally better since I now longer spew petroleum product all over the road. Let us not forget the safety aspect as well. It is a comfort to know that I will have my power steering as I drive to steer clear of any danger.

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                      5.0

                      Reliable products

                      By 40thmustang

                      from North Carolina

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                      • Can Withstand Use
                      • Compact Design
                      • Easy To Use
                      • Reliable

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                        • Home Garage
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                        Comments about Lucas Oil Products Power Steering Stop Leak 12 oz.:

                        great product...improves power steering performance..quietened "whine noise" from power steering pump

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                        1.0

                        dont bother!

                        By allen

                        from morgantown wv

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                          Comments about Lucas Oil Products Power Steering Stop Leak 12 oz.:

                          recently had a small leak from the rack and pinnion, i put some of this in thinking maybe it would slow it down or stop the leak long enough to save for the part. instead it didnt stop the leak, AND it gave me the added joy of gumming up the pressure hose. fixed the rack/ and pump, now i must replace the hose because lucas gummed it up. my advice, replace the leaky part rather than use this cheap mechanic in a bottle.

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                          4.0

                          It works as well as promised

                          By Jim H

                          from Tulsa, OK

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                            Comments about Lucas Oil Products Power Steering Stop Leak 12 oz.:

                            Stopped leak and works quite well

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                            4.0

                            Goopy good stuff

                            By Craig

                            from WNC

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                              Comments about Lucas Oil Products Power Steering Stop Leak 12 oz.:

                              Used in 25 year old truck that started leaking. Stuff is thick as cane molasses when cold outside. I put it in a 5+ far and it took awhile to get it out. Worked great since.

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                              5.0

                              Works like it says it will

                              By Rockgrabber

                              from Kings Mountain, NC

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                                Comments about Lucas Oil Products Power Steering Stop Leak 12 oz.:

                                Used less than half a bottle and the leak went away.

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                                • Q:

                                  I have a 1966 Mustang which has power steering leaks where the hose fittings connect to the power steering cylinder. These fittings are tapered flared fittings, metal to metal. Because there are no seals or O-rings, will Lucas Power Steering Stop Leak fluid solve the leaks. Most stop leak fluids just freshen and expand the O-rings and seals. Why is Lucas different?
                                  Asked on 12/23/2014 by Jack from New Berlin, Wi

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                                    A:

                                    I'm happy to help, Jack! Nice car! The Lucas Oil Products Power Steering Stop Leak (Part No. 10008) will also help to expand seals. From the Safety Data Sheet the main ingredient in this product is solvent-refined heavy naphthenic petroleum distillates. This is not likely to fill in any metal to metal leaks in the tapered flared fittings. I suggest replacing the leaking components on your 1966 Ford Mustang to ensure that you can keep driving that classic car for years to come. If you would like a diagnosis or need assistance with the repair, please try our 'Need expert help?' link further down this page to find a mechanic in your area.

                                    Answered on 12/31/2014 by Heath, ASE Parts Specialist from AAP
                                • Q:

                                  I have a 1966 ford mustang and the leaks occur where the fittings from the control valve go into the power steering cylinder? The leaks are not significant. Will Lucas stop this type of leak?
                                  Asked on 12/19/2014 by Jack from New Berlin, Wi

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                                    A:

                                    Hi Jack, happy to help yo! The Lucas Power Steering Stop Leak completely stops power steering seal leaks. It is 100% guaranteed or your money back. It is also totally effective in reducing slack, squeals, and hard spots in worn rack and pinions. Your results will be immediate and long lasting. If the system is leaking add Lucas Power Steering Stop Leak until leak stops, usually one bottle. Occasionally a second bottle is needed to completely stop some leaks. To eliminate squeals, whines and hard spots (morning sickness) some fluid must be sucked from the resevoir (about 6 - 12 ounces) before topping up with Lucas Power Steering Stop Leak to restore the condition of you power steering. However, I would suggest that you take your vehicle and get it thoroughly checked by a certified mechanic before buying any parts that may/may not solve the problem.

                                    Answered on 12/22/2014 by Steve from AAP
                                • Q:

                                  Honda recommends a special power steering fluid. One of Lucas power steering fluids says it is compatible for Honda cars. However, on it there is a note suggesting one to use Lucas Power Steering Stop Leak 10008 for already existing leaks. But on 10008 there is no indication on whether it can be used on Hondas or not. I have a leak on my Honda and I need to know if it will damage my car if I use it. Someone else asked this question here and you left the answer ambiguous. You must know by now, if you are getting complains. Please tell us yes or no.
                                  Asked on 12/2/2014 by nicks honda from Missouri City, TX

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                                    A:

                                    I'm happy to help, Nicks Honda! Lucas Power Steering Stop Leak (Part No. 10008) may or may not repair the leak in your Honda's power steering system. The product reviews that our customers provide can include use in many vehicles besides Honda's. From my research, there have been no catastrophic failures from the use of the stop leak in Hondas; some did not have the leak fixed and others had no issues and the product stopped their leak.

                                    When there is a leak in the system, the best way to repair the leak is by replacing the offending part. Honda will not recommend the use of additives in their power steering system and replacing the fluid will not cure the leak you are experiencing.

                                    If you are concerned about damage to your power steering system, I suggest having the failed part(s) replaced. This is guaranteed to fix the leak as well as keep the fluid in your power steering system at Honda specifications.

                                    Answered on 12/15/2014 by Heath, ASE Parts Specialist from AAP
                                • Q:

                                  I have a 2007 Isuzu Ascender and I wanted to use this product due to the whinning noice I have. Do I have to drain the current power steering fluid and then use this product?
                                  Asked on 11/20/2014 by Naive Driver from Houston, TX

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                                    A:

                                    Hi Naive Driver, I'm glad to help you! You could use this Power Steering Fluid with conditioner. It gives you better lubrication than the Power Steering Stop Leak for the whining noise.

                                    Answered on 11/21/2014 by Solomon
                                • Q:

                                  Mistakenly put some in the transmission. Probably half a cup. Will tis harm the transmission?
                                  Asked on 8/23/2014 by Joe from Pittsburgh

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                                    A:

                                    Hi Joe! Since you don't mention the specific vehicle, it's hard to say for sure. To give you the correct information I would need what kind of vehicle do you own and what type of ATF does the Mfgs spec call out for?

                                    Answered on 8/28/2014 by Vincent from AAP
                                • Q:

                                  do i use the whole 12 oz.
                                  in the power steering
                                  Asked on 7/21/2014 by robert from United States

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                                    A:

                                    Hi Robert, good question! If the system is leaking add Lucas Power Steering Stop Leak until leak stops, usually one bottle. Occasionally a second bottle is needed to completely stop some leaks. To eliminate squeals, whines and hard spots (morning sickness) some fluid must be sucked from the reservoir (about 6 - 12 ounces) before topping up with Lucas Power Steering Stop Leak to restore the condition of you power steering.

                                    Answered on 7/23/2014 by Steve from AAP
                                • Q:

                                  Can it be used in 89 Saab 900 turbo
                                  Asked on 4/13/2014 by None from Cape cod

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                                    A:

                                    Hi None, glad to assist you! You can very well use this product on your 1989 Saab 900 turbo. However, this product is universal and not vehicle specific. It completely stops power steering seal leaks. It is 100% guaranteed or your money back. It is also totally effective in reducing slack, squeals, and hard spots in worn rack and pinions. Your results will be immediate and long lasting.

                                    Answered on 4/13/2014 by Steve from AAP
                                • Q:

                                  Can you use this product in a Audi A4 Quattro?
                                  Asked on 12/22/2013 by Nickers from Colorado

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                                    A:

                                    Hi Nickers! That's a good question indeed. This Lucas Power Steering Stop Leak is universal and not vehicle specific. It completely stops power steering seal leaks. It is 100% guaranteed or your money back. It is also totally effective in reducing slack, squeals, and hard spots in worn rack and pinions. Your results will be immediate and long lasting.

                                    Answered on 12/24/2013 by Max from AAP
                                • Q:

                                  My 93 Lexus es330 uses Dexron-type Automatic Transmission Fluid in the power steering system...should I use this product or transmission product to stop leak?
                                  Asked on 11/23/2013 by DosNekos

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                                    A:

                                    Hi DosNekos, good question! This power steering stop leak should work fine for your application.

                                    Answered on 11/23/2013 by Vincent from AAP
                                • Q:

                                  I have a Volvo v70 1999. I have a steering leak. Recently found out that I should have been using a green fluid but I used Red. Not sure whether this is the cause of the problem. Will Power steering stop leak work in these circumstances.
                                  Asked on 6/25/2012 by Geoff from Santa Pola, Alicante, Spain

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                                    A:

                                    This Lucas Oil Products Power Steering Stop Leak - part# 10008 may fix the steering leak on your Volvo V70 as it helps to eliminate hard spots and stop seal leaks. However, I would suggest taking your vehicle to a certified mechanic for a proper diagnosis before buying and having parts installed that may not (solve/be) the problem.

                                    Answered on 6/26/2012 by Vincent from AAP
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