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Troubleshooting Problems with Your Transmission
Even if you keep up with regular car maintenance, a number of issues can
cause transmission problems. If you need
transmission repair in San Jose, the experts at Allied Transmissions are both qualified and happy to help
you. Read this article to determine what causes some of the most common
transmission problems and how we can fix them.
No Response or Inconsistent Operation
If your engine seems to be functioning properly but your transmission does
not react when you step on the accelerator, visit a transmission repair
shop. Usually, this is the result of low or dirty transmission fluid in
an automatic transmission, or a damaged or maladjusted clutch if you have
a manual transmission. If the transmission doesn't function consistently,
you may have a transmission filter clog or heat change problem.
If shifts are harsh or clunky, there is probably a damaged throttle or
shift linkage, or a transmission fluid problem. If gear changes are slow
or premature, you may have the wrong type or quantity of transmission
fluid. If that's not the problem, the technician at your car transmission
repair shop will see if the engine idle, throttle linkage, or computer
control settings need to be re-adjusted. If the transmission vibrates
or makes loud noises during shifting, the transmission repair shop will
start by checking the transmission fluid.
If the engine revs during shifts when the accelerator or clutch is depressed,
but the car doesn't accelerate, you have a slipping transmission.
The cause of this can be low transmission fluid, a worn transmission band,
or a failing clutch.
If your car is leaking fluid, take it to the repair shop right away, because
fluid can cause serious damage to the components under the hood of the
vehicle. A transmission fluid leak can be the result of a ruptured torque
convertor, seal, or transmission case. Sometimes the cause is detached
oil fluid lines, a damaged pan gasket, or vented fluid from the filler tube.
For all your service and repair needs, we are here to help.