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Transmission repair is an important procedure for many high mileage vehicles.
As you drive your car down the road, the gears, belts, and other components
related to your car’s transmission will gradually wear down. To
prevent a breakdown as you are driving, you will want to schedule
transmission service in San Jose before you minor transmission problem becomes a major issue. By staying
on top of your car’s transmission repair needs, you can keep it
on the road for as long as possible. Here is a quick overview of three
common signs that you may need to bring your car in to the transmission
As a frequent driver of your vehicle, you are certain to become familiar
with its typical shifting sensations. When your car is starting to develop
transmission issues, its shifting may become irregular or problematic.
Some common shifting problems include slow shifting when you first put
your car into gear, losing the current gear as you travel down the road,
or jerky shifting sensations.
When your car is in need of transmission repairs, you may also start to
hear grinding sounds when your vehicle transitions in and out of different
gears. These grinding noises are the sound of your car’s gears fitting
together improperly. In a manual transmission, grinding noises can also
be related to issues with the clutch. Grinding noises should not be ignored,
and should instead receive immediate attention from a mechanic.
In the event that your vehicle is in need of immediate transmission repair,
you may be able to smell the problem before you hear or feel it. A broken
transmission may produce burned transmission fluid, which has a distinctively
charred odor. When your transmission fluid is overheating, it may also
become dark and cloudy in appearance. Rather than attempting to change
your transmission fluid on your own, you will want to bring your car to
a certified mechanic.
For all your service and repair needs, we are here to help.