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6 Signs Telling Your Transmission Is Becoming Bad by NaijautoDotCom(m): 10:37am On Jan 15
Throughout the years, transmissions are put under constant use will inevitably bump into problems. However, instead of waiting until it totally paralyzes your vehicle, you can still detect signals it gives off telling it needs care and by doing that you can save a great deal of repair bill. Let’s check out 6 signs trying to tell you your transmission is becoming bad.

1. Transmission fluid leaks
Fluid leaks can be easily spotted by the traces it leaves on the way and where your car parks on. When any fluid leak is detected, make sure to see your mechanic and ask for a seal-up as soon as possible before it becomes more consequential and drains your wallet.

When any fluid leak is detected, make sure to see your mechanic

2. Delayed shifting
Don’t ever ignore the delay when you switch from park to drive. The delay is one of the most common tell-tale signs of problems in the automatic transmission which need repairing.

3. Rough shifting
Feeling it difficult to switch between gears, together with a strange sound is a symptom of a bad transmission. Don’t neglect this seem-to-be-minor discomfort.

4. Transmission slipping
Transmission slipping is when you feel like your car switches gears all by itself without known reasons. While this is happening, you can also hear a strange noise from the engine.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjNbeInU6-4
Video: How to Fix a Slipping Transmission in Your Car

5. Strange Smells
Transmission fluid generally emits a slightly tart or sweet odor. When the fluid’s gone bad, its smell will change as well. If a burning smell comes into your awareness, consider a fluid change. Otherwise, the fluid will burn itself up and ruin the transmission at the same time. If the worse becomes the worst your transmission might need a complete rebuild.
>>> Get a clearer guidance on https://naijauto.com/car-maintenance/when-should-you-change-your-transmission-fluid-368

If a burning smell comes into your awareness, consider a fluid change

6. Odd Sounds
Odd sounds are easy signals for us to know our transmission has gone bad. However, indicating sounds are different in automatic and manual vehicles. In an automatic, you will feel the vehicle trembling into each gear, together with a humming, buzzing, or whining sounds. Speaking of the manual one, an abrupt grinding noise coming when you switch gears will be a sign of a bad transmission.

If any of the 6 above signs happens to your transmission, you should have it professionally checked up right away before further damages occur.
>>> You may also like to read:
https://naijauto.com/car-maintenance/driving-habits-that-unexpectedly-reduce-the-gearboxs-age-337
https://naijauto.com/car-maintenance/tips-to-protect-the-gearbox-the-most-expensive-part-in-your-car-141
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