(a) “Automotive product” means engine coolant or antifreeze, prediluted engine coolant or prediluted antifreeze, brake fluid, and automatic transmission fluid.
(b) “Automatic transmission fluid” means a product intended for use in a passenger vehicle, other than a bus, as either a lubricant, coolant, or liquid medium in any type of fluid automatic transmission, or any other type of unit through which, or by which, force, energy, or power is transferred from a motor vehicle engine by hydraulic means to the driving assembly.
(c) “Brake fluid” means the fluid intended for use as the liquid medium through which force is transmitted in the hydraulic brake system of a vehicle operated upon the highways.
(d) “Carton” means the package or wrapping in which a number of containers are shipped or stored.
(e) “Container” means any receptacle in which a commodity is immediately contained when sold, but does not mean a carton or wrapping in which a number of receptacles are shipped or stored, or a tank car or truck.
(f) “Engine coolant” or “antifreeze” means any substance or preparation, regardless of its origin, intended to be diluted before use as the cooling medium in the cooling system of an internal combustion engine to provide protection against freezing, overheating, and corrosion of the cooling system, or any product intended to be diluted before use which is labeled to indicate or imply that it will prevent freezing or overheating of the cooling system of an internal combustion engine.
(g) “Label” means all written, printed, or graphic representations, in any form whatsoever, imprinted upon or affixed to any container or accompanying any product referred to in this chapter.
(h) “Prediluted engine coolant” or “prediluted antifreeze” means any substance or preparation, regardless of its origin, intended or labeled for use full strength as the cooling medium or as a top off in the cooling system of an internal combustion engine to provide or supplement protection against freezing, overheating, or corrosion of the cooling system.
(i) “Principal display panel” means that part of the label that is designed to most likely be displayed, presented, shown, or examined under normal and customary conditions of display and purchase.
(Amended by Stats. 1999, Ch. 494, Sec. 1. Effective January 1, 2000.)
Any material offered for sale or sold as an additive to automatic transmission fluids shall be compatible with the automatic transmission fluid to which it is added, and the resulting mixture shall not fall below the minimum specifications for automatic transmission fluids, as established by the department.
(Added by renumbering Section 13707 by Stats. 1992, Ch. 322, Sec. 9. Effective January 1, 1993.)
Any words and letters required to be displayed on a container by this chapter shall be in legible type.
(Added by renumbering Section 13708 by Stats. 1992, Ch. 322, Sec. 10. Effective January 1, 1993.)