Why Product Registration is Important!

Product registration helps us communicate important information to you, including recommendations, assisting with any customer service needs, and tracking usage and maintenance issues.

Automatic Transmission Break-in Procedures

Our transmissions are built to OEM specifications. When properly maintained and operated, they should provide many years of trouble-free service. It is your responsibility to maintain your transmission in accordance with the original manufacturer’s specifications. First 500 Miles of Service Newly-installed, remanufactured transmissions do not require any type of break-in procedure. However, ATK recommends checking …

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SPEED UP your Claim Processing!

Providing complete and accurate information for your issue will speed the claims process. While this information may not always be available, please try to have the following at hand when filing your claim. The product serial number, generally found on a white label on the product, with the product paperwork, or on the shipping container …

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Engine Installer’s Guide

The manufacturer strongly recommends that the following items be replaced when installing a remanufactured engine assembly: ENGINE OIL — follow the vehicle’s original specifications FILTERS — oil, air & fuel IGNITION — spark plugs and plug wires, distributor cap, and rotor (where applicable) COOLING SYSTEM — a mixture of 50% antifreeze/coolant and water (follow the original manufacturer’s recommendation’s regarding antifreeze type), …

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Engine Break-in Procedures

Once the product has been installed, it is your responsibility to “break in” the product properly. After the break-in period and 600-mile checkup, you must maintain the product to the original manufacturer’s specifications. Initial Startup When applicable, valves must be readjusted to your vehicle’s manufacturer’s specifications. Refer to the factory shop manual or contact Customer …

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