Transmission Service

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What is Transmission Service?

Transmission Service involves inspecting, cleaning, and replacing parts like transmission filters, gaskets, seals, and fluids to keep the transmission working properly.

How do I know if my transmission needs service?

If you notice warning signs of transmission trouble, such as slipping gears, odd noises, or burning smells, it's likely time for service. You can also check the owner's manual for recommended intervals to inspect and service the transmission.

Can a faulty transmission cause damage?

Yes, a faulty transmission can cause damage to other parts of the vehicle, especially if left unchecked for too long.

How do I replace my transmission service parts?

1) Park the vehicle on a flat, level surface.
2) Disconnect the battery and shift the transmission into neutral.
3) Drain the transmission fluid and remove the pan.
4) Clean the pan and inspect for damage or wear.
5) Install a new filter, gasket, and seals.
6) Reinstall the pan and fill the transmission with new fluid.
7) Reconnect the battery and test for proper operation.

How often should I inspect my transmission?

Most manufacturers recommend inspecting the transmission every 15,000 to 30,000 miles. It is important to follow the specific intervals outlined in your vehicle's owner's manual.