David Ward uses Lucas Transmission Fix for 1990 Plymouth Voyager
Wow! I don't know how else to explain it. I spent $393.59 getting 3 sensors replaced on my 1990 Plymouth Voyager's transmission. It kept slipping into limp-in mode and kicking really hard when I decelerated to a stop. The parts that the dealership put in were supposed to fix the problem or I would have to replace the entire transmission. I tried a more expensive product because of the commercials and ad that I had seen, but it didnt fix the problem either.
Then a week later, I went back to the local AutoZone and the sales person directed me to your product. I put it in and let the van sit for a few hours before I had to go to work. A one-way trip to work consists of 24.9 miles of steep winding roads both up and down. I also have to deal with freezing rain and now because of the high elevation of the region. I have put 20,000 miles on my van since I purchased it in July of 2001, (its now January 2002). When I went to work later, the transmission was acting better then it was when I bought the van. I was very surprised and now plan to use your product in my familys 1986 Mercury Sable.