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Four Immensely Common Problems You May Face With Your Transmission

You know, when you are car crazy, everything that could go wrong with your car is a nightmare. Your car, truck, rig, whatever it may be is your baby and you spend thousands of dollars to keep it up and running beautifully. Now, if all you want to do is make sure your car runs smoothly and you never encounter a problem, there are a number of things to be taken care of. But, sometimes things just fall through the crack and you encounter a vehicle issue.

Like we all know, the transmission for car is something that is very important in order for a smooth drive. Transmission related issues can wreck the car if not taken care of well within time. You don’t want to ignore these issues and if your mechanic tells you there is one, it’s probably something noteworthy. But, we want to ensure that you don’t delay repair and in order for that to happen, you have to make sure that you catch the problem before it becomes a disaster.

IF you talk about transmission issues, there are always some things which we may be ignoring. You drive, hear noises and still don’t step because well, we are generally used to a car’s condition denigrating with time. So, what we wanted to do here is put forward a list of common issues which may be happening with your car.

Let’s take a look at what these are:

Rough gear shifts- If you think about it, we have all experienced our cars troubling us with rough gear shifts. You don’t seem to be able to shift gears properly anymore without having issues with it. You may feel that there is an issue with how fluidly it changes and of course, the noises.

If you hear a noticeable thud or clunking noise each time you change gears, this is going to be a problem. The car may be taking more time to come up to speed.

Transmission slip- Another issue is that you hear whining or groaning noises from the car where it changes speed without you even changing gears. It feels like your transmission is slipping and that you no longer have control over the way your car is being driven.

It may be a catch in speed or a slowing down with a sudden push. You may also have issues with acceleration where you shift gears but it doesn’t seem to come up to the desired power.

Issues in engagement- You may also want to notice the delay in which the gear engages the engine and the car starts rolling. If you drive an automatic and there is an actual delay in which the gear falls and the car starts, you may want to see a mechanic. You may need to change your transmission with 4L65e for smother ride.

Fluid issues- Although transmissions are built never to leak fluid, sometimes a faulty one would definitely find you in trouble. If you notice any kind of puddles or spots on the driveway, garage floor or parking space, you might want to check with an expert.

If you’re looking for transmission experts, your best bet would be online businesses.

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Tags: 4L65e, automobile, car, ride, transmission


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