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Transmission fluid greases every moving component with in your transmission. In an automatic transmission, transmission fluid performs as a coolant and works as a viscous agent that transfers power from the engine to the transmission. Manual transmissions use an assortment of oils including regular motor oil and heavy duty gear oil. Regular maintenance is the easiest way to avoid an expensive transmission failure. Transmission service should be done every 30,000 miles, or as advised by the automobile manufacturer. Count on M&M Automotive in Columbia, TN for a speedy transmission repair.
Signs your transmission may need service:
- Difficulty shifting, with transmission slipping from gear to gear
- Obvious power loss
- Bizarre sounds when accelerating
Our skilled specialists will:
- Examine transmission for wear
- Inspect transmission fluid level
- Replace transmission fluid
If your automobile is displaying signs of transmission problems, M&M Automotive in Columbia, TN can help with complete transmission service. Contact us today to set an appointment.
Why is transmission service essential?
Over time, transmission fluid contamination happens in both manual and automatic vehicle transmissions. Bearings and gears in the transmission erode, causing metal particles to drift around in the lubricant. Dirty oil does not perform as well as clean oil, so the polluted oil should be drained out, or it will undesirably affect the life of the transmission. In automatic transmission vehicles, the fluid itself degrades with use, as a result of heat generation in an automatic transmission. Transmission service prevents problems relating to these issues.
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