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No it will not effect the manufacture warranty unless it has a limited warranty which is rare. Most vehicles are under a unlimited warranty. Any vehicle that claims that it would not be  covered under warranty would require you to place only manufacture fuel, oil, and a certified manufacture driver and boots. Protected under The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act

Yes of course, the 30km is a minimum to get Engine Armour Tech to start the process of cleaning and sealing the porous metal. You can operate the vehicle way beyond 30km after application. The 30km is basically the minimum which allow the product to cover all components in the engine. Anything that has a filter must be applied at operating temperature.

Yes Engine Armour Tech covers all applications with a 2 million dollar insurance policy.

It sure does in any vehicle that no longer performs like when it was new. What happens over time is due to carbon built up and blow-by which starts after about 8000km degrading the vehicles performance and fuel consumption. What Engine Armour Tech does it cleans and seals the metal bring the engine back to the state as a new and gives back the fuel efficiency that it had when it was new and up couple percent more.

Idling the engine is not the best way to apply treatment, it is much better if you can drive the vehicle where it is under a load and warms up much hotter then just idle. This will allow the treatment to activate much faster to gain faster results. I would drive it a few kilometers and then I would apply Engine Armour Tech and immediately drive (preferably highway driven) for at least 30km before shutting off the engine. This allows the product to disperse to all components in the engine and and start the cleaning and sealing process.

  1. Worn or damaged synchronizer rings: The synchronizer rings, which are responsible for matching the speed of the gears and input shaft, can become worn or damaged over time. This can cause them to make noise as they engage with the gears.
  2. Low transmission fluid level: If the transmission fluid level is low, it can cause the synchronizer to make noise as it struggles to engage the gears properly. This is because the fluid helps to lubricate and cool the transmission components, including the synchronizer.
  3. Misaligned gears: If the gears in the transmission are not properly aligned, it can cause the synchronizer to make noise as it attempts to engage with the gears.
  4. Driver error: Improper shifting techniques, such as "riding" the clutch or shifting too quickly, can cause the synchronizer to make noise as it struggles to match the speed of the gears and input shaft.
  5. Damaged input shaft: If the input shaft, which is connected to the engine, is damaged or worn, it can cause the synchronizer to make noise as it engages with the gears.
In any case, a noisy synchronizer should be diagnosed and repaired as soon as possible, as continued use can lead to more serious transmission problems. Engine Armour Tech is a product that aims to reduce friction and heat in metal components, which can help to restore the strength of hydraulic systems. It does this by cleaning and sealing the components, providing additional protection against wear and tear.

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