New Bar's Leaks One Seal Stop Leak Fixes Oil, Transmission And Power Steering Leaks

New Bar’s Leaks One Seal Stop Leak Fixes Oil, Transmission And Power Steering Leaks

Bar’s Leaks has combined three of its popular stop leak products into a unique new multipurpose formula that can eliminate engine, transmission and power steering system fluid leaks. New Bar’s Leaks One Seal Stop Leak is the first all-in-one additive specifically designed to stop leaks in all three systems.

New Bar's Leaks One Seal Stop Leak is the first all-in-one additive specifically designed to stop leaks caused by normal wear and tear in engine, transmission and power steering systems.
New Bar’s Leaks One Seal Stop Leak is the first all-in-one additive specifically designed to stop leaks caused by normal wear and tear in engine, transmission and power steering systems.

“Instead of stocking three separate stop leak products, shops, warehouse distributors, jobbers and retailers can now streamline their product offerings,” explains Clay Parks, vice president of development for Bar’s Leaks. “One Seal Stop Leak treats seals and gaskets in engines, transmissions and power steering systems that have developed leaks due to normal wear and tear. One Seal makes maintenance and leak repair easier on vehicle owners, too. If they keep a single bottle of One Seal Stop Leak on hand, they’ll be prepared to seal any engine oil, transmission or power steering leak that may develop.”

Bar’s Leaks One Seal Stop Leak (P/N 1334) is compatible with all engine oils, transmission fluids and power steering fluids. It works with any type of engine, including diesel and turbo. To treat a leak, simply pour one 11 oz. bottle into the leaking system’s reservoir. One bottle will treat one leak.

Leaks treated with One Seal Stop Leak usually stop after 200 miles or three days of driving. Bar’s Leaks offers a satisfaction guarantee and will provide a refund by mail for any customer not satisfied by One Seal Stop Leak’s performance.

Like all Bar’s Leaks products, One Seal Stop Leak is made in the U.S.A. It is available to distribution in case packs of six bottles.

One Seal Stop Leak will be on display in the Bar’s Leaks booth (#3616) at the upcoming Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) in Las Vegas. For more information, call (800) 345-6572, email [email protected] or visit www.barsleaks.com.

You may also follow Bar’s Leaks on Twitter at www.twitter.com/barsproducts, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/barsleaks, on YouTube at www.youtube.com/barsproducts and through the blog at www.barsproducts.com/blog.

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