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The transmission in your vehicle is one of its most essential components.
Without a properly working transmission, your car will be extremely difficult
to drive. In fact, neglecting transmission repairs can eventually destroy
your engine and drivetrain. To keep your automatic or standard transmission
in great shape, it is important to know the signs of a failing transmission.
At Allied Transmission, we serve the San Jose area with a complete range of
transmission repairs and services. From minor transmission repairs to total transmission rebuilds, our shop
offers all of the services you need to keep your car on the road. Let's
take a quick look at some of the most common transmission problems to
watch out for in your vehicle.
Low Transmission Fluid
Your car's transmission is powered by a fluid hydraulic system. If
your transmission fluid is low or leaking, the performance of your transmission
could be severely compromised. You can check your transmission levels
by looking under the hood of your car. Red liquid under your vehicle could
also indicate that your car is suffering from a fluid leak.
Damaged Torque Converter
In an automatic transmission, the torque converter allows the vehicle to
idle when it comes to a stop. A damaged torque converter is
a common cause of transmission problems
. If your torque converter is experiencing mechanical issues, you may hear
unusual grinding sounds coming from underneath your vehicle. Your gears
may also grind as your car shifts.
The job of the solenoid is to pump transmission fluid throughout the system.
If your solenoid is jammed or broken, you may notice that your car loses
power as you are driving. You may also feel strange shaking sensations
as you drive. A broken solenoid can also cause your transmission to heat
up to dangerously high levels.
For all your service and repair needs, we are here to help.