Whether it’s automatic or manual, your car’s transmission is connected to the rear of the engine. The transmission is made up of many components, including the transmission shaft, differential and velocity joints (universal joints), which send the engine’s power to the drive wheels.
To ensure the proper operation and longevity of your transmission, you must take good care of it. You should have it maintained regularly and change the oil and filter at the recommended mileage intervals, as recommended by your manufacturer.
Here are some signs your transmission should be checked by an Auto-Select expert as soon as possible:
You feel jolts when you change gears.
It becomes difficult to shift gears, the gear shift slips, or you can no longer shift gears at all.
Your car’s performance is affected.
You must use more force to make manual gear shifts
Your car repeatedly has bright red transmission fluid leaks.
The check engine light is on.
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