If you notice any signs of transmission problems, such as slipping gears, difficulty shifting, strange noises, or warning lights, it’s recommended to have your transmission diagnosed by a professional to identify the issue.
Transmission repairs can include fixing or replacing faulty components such as clutches, gears, solenoids, seals, or sensors to restore proper transmission function.
A transmission rebuild is typically required when the transmission has significant damage or wear. It involves disassembling, inspecting, and replacing worn-out or damaged components to restore the transmission’s functionality.
Symptoms of torque converter issues can include transmission slipping, shuddering during acceleration, overheating, or a delay in engaging gears. A professional can diagnose and repair torque converter problems as needed.
Regular transmission maintenance is recommended, including fluid changes, inspections, and adjustments, typically every 30,000 to 60,000 miles or as specified in your vehicle’s manufacturer guidelines.
Transmission upgrades can include installing performance components, such as improved clutches, shift kits, or aftermarket torque converters, to enhance the transmission’s durability, shifting speed, or towing capabilities.