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We repair transmission problems

TrilliTires’ state-of-the-art Multi-Check Procedure will identify the source of any transmission problems you are experiencing. To determine if the problem can be fixed with external repairs or adjustments, we will inspect your transmission thoroughly. A bad shift solenoid or sensor could be the problem. More than half of the vehicles we inspect do not require major repairs. It is important to have your vehicle checked as soon as you can. It is best to identify problems early in order to save money, time, aggravation, and money.

Tranmission issues can quickly build up if you delay in servicing it when problems arise. You might now be wondering, “What are the most common transmission problems?”. And how can you identify them? Let’s look at some of the most common.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A transmission is a system that transfers power from your motor to your wheels. The most prominent parts of a transmission are the shafts, gears, and torque convertors. These parts are interconnected to ensure your gears move in line with changes in speed. The driver controls shifting in a manual transmission. An automatic transmission allows the vehicle to shift gears according to its needs.

Transmission fluid should be changed every 30,000 to 50,000 miles for most vehicles. To find the specifications for your vehicle, you will need to consult your owner’s manual. Transmission problems are less likely to occur if you drive with the right amount of fluid.

Your transmission fluid should be checked at least once every six months. It should be checked while the engine is on, that is because transmission fluid tends to shrink as it cools, this can cause an inaccurate reading of the actual fluid level. If your transmission fluid dipstick shows fluid above the indicator line, you will know if you are driving with full fluid levels. You should top it off as necessary if fluid levels are low.

You can determine the fluid’s health by the colour. If the fluid’s colour is bright red or pink, it means that your transmission fluid is in good condition and can be trusted to work smoothly. If the fluid has turned dark or faded in colour, you will need to have it replaced. A specialist may also be needed for more complicated care.

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