Turn to New Rislone Power Steering Stabilizer to Restore System Performance

Turn to New Rislone Power Steering Stabilizer to Restore System Performance

New Rislone Power Steering Stabilizer with Stop Leak contains a special blend of performance additives, anti-wear agents and viscosity improvers to solve most common power steering problems, including slack, noise and squeals, hard/tight steering and fluid loss.

New Rislone Power Steering Stabilizer with Stop Leak contains a special blend of performance additives, anti-wear agents and viscosity improvers to solve most common power steering problems, including slack, noise and squeals, hard/tight steering and fluid loss.

One 12.5 oz. bottle treats two to three quarts of any type of power steering fluid. It works on all domestic and import cars, trucks, vans, SUVs and heavy-duty vehicles.

“Many older, high-mileage vehicles develop problems with their power steering systems as seals leak, valves stick and the fluid breaks down quickly,” says Clay Parks, vice president of marketing and development. “Rislone Power Steering Stabilizer with Stop Leak helps to prevent and stop these problems while enhancing the useful life of the power steering system. We guarantee it will provide smoother steering with no power steering system leaks.”

Rislone Power Steering Stabilizer restores seal size, flexibility and elasticity lost due to heat, age and high mileage. It also builds a polymeric film around the seal or O-ring, while filling in any grooves that have been worn into the sector shaft. This stops most leaks in the power steering system, including those in the pitman arm and sector shaft seals.

By renewing the O-rings and preventing fluid from bypassing grooves in the shaft, Power Steering Stabilizer also eliminates most cases of “morning sickness,” a condition where the vehicle is hard to steer in the mornings or when cold.

Rack and pinion performance is restored by eliminating hard spots and loose steering caused by worn racks. At the same time, special lubricity additives smooth out rough, hard and tight steering. Power Steering Stabilizer also contains friction modifiers that stop bearing, piston and valve noises inside the power steering pump. Most results are noticeable immediately or within a few days.

Rislone Power Steering Stabilizer with Stop Leak is part of the new Rislone stabilizer line. These products restore vehicle fluids with performance additives and detergents to improve high-mileage vehicle performance. Other products in the line are Rislone Oil Stabilizer with Engine Treatment and Rislone Transmission Stabilizer with Stop Slip.

Rislone Power Steering Stabilizer with Stop Leak (part number 4603) is available in case packs of six.

For more information about Rislone Power Steering Stabilizer or other Rislone products, call (800) 521-7475, e-mail [email protected] or visit their website at www.rislone.com.

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