How Car Transmission Works and How to Know There is a Problem

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How Transmission Works

How Car Transmission Works and How to know if There Is a Problem with It?
The car transmission is a highly complex mechanical system responsible for controlling the application of power to the drive-shaft from the engine. Unlike other car parts, the transmission experiences more wear and tear as a result of increased heath and friction generated by interacting and moving car components.
The transmission is a vital part of a car’s driving system. If the transmission fails, the car cannot be driven until it’s fixed. Both the automatic and manual transmissions have many similar problem signs. Being aware of these warning signs allows you to avoid or prevent costly repairs or even loss of lives. Here are some warning signs that your car’s transmission has a problem.
Rough Shifting – Hard or abrupt shifting between gears is a clear sign that your transmission has a problem.
Fluids and Leaks – Dirty fluid from your transmission poses problem with the mechanism. Also, leaks, drops of fluid, or small stains under your car may not pose a problem, but puddles and wet spots are signs that the transmission of your car has a problem.
Slippage – Your transmission may have a problem when your car engine speeds up, but the car does not respond to it accordingly.
Missed Gear Shifts – Missing or delay in response with gear shifting is a clear sign of transmission problem.
Most of the time, pinpointing the problem with your car’s transmission is not easy. Therefore, when you notice any of these signs, take your vehicle to the nearest auto repair shop for inspection and possible repair or replacement of transmission.