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If you have recently had an
automatic transmission rebuild in San Jose, you already know firsthand that transmission issues are a serious matter.
It might be tempting to put off having your transmission fixed if it is
in need of repairs, but this can just make problems worse for you in the
future. Now that you have a transmission that is ready to go, it’s
up to you to make sure it lasts for many years. Keep reading to learn
how to get the most out of your transmission.
Check Fluid Levels
Your car needs transmission fluid in order to run smoothly. If your fluid
is old, damaged, or too low, it can make your car work harder and will
decrease your transmission’s lifespan. Check your transmission fluid
once a month, or have your mechanic take a look. Fluid that looks dirty
or low should be replaced.
Get a Transmission Service
Preventive maintenance is key in helping your car last as long as it can.
Visiting a repair shop will help you fix small issues before they turn
into major problems, such as transmission failure. Check your owner’s
manual to see how often the manufacturer recommends getting your transmission serviced.
Check Your Tire Pressure
You might be surprised to learn that having your tires properly inflated
can help your transmission last a long time. When your tire pressure is
too low, it can decrease your gas mileage and put extra wear on your car.
Don’t take chances on your transmission—check your tire pressure
every month and make sure they are filled to the proper levels.
The way you drive can directly affect the life of your transmission. Try
not to peel out when you start, as hard starts create friction and heat.
Accelerate smoothly and consistently, and watch your speed to make sure
your transmission is not subject to extra wear and tear. If you drive
a manual transmission, shift gears at the appropriate time rather than
pushing your tachometer to its limits.
For all your service and repair needs, we are here to help.