Shaking Transmission

Transmission Shaking Transmission shaking can be a sign that your automatic and manual transmission may be experiencing problems. Your car shouldn’t shake or jerk, and you shouldn’t hear grinding. These are all indications of transmission trouble. With a manual transmission, the most common red flag is grinding when you shift. If it happens after you engage […]

Burning Smell

Burning Smell If you get a whiff of burning transmission fluid such as burning smell, be advised it is definitely not the sweet smell of success. That’s because it may indicate your transmission is overheating. Transmission fluid keeps the transmission’s many moving parts properly lubricated. Also, it prevents the unit from burning itself up, by providing much-needed cooling. […]

Transmission Noises

Transmission Noises Another problem commonly found in transmissions is the transmission noises they make whether in neutral or when shifting while driving. In most cases, the issue is sourced from a lack of lubricant between the moving parts. While in other cases, the noise is a clear indication it’s time for an inspection or repair. […]

Transmission Fluid Leaks

Transmission Fluid Leaks If you find a puddle of reddish fluid pooling beneath your car where you parked, it’s quite likely one of the gaskets or seals in your transmission has sprung a leak. Rubber seals, gaskets, and o-rings wear out over time and need replacing. A transmission has the possibility of leaking in several areas: Axles […]

Delayed Engagement

Delayed Engagement Known as Delayed Engagement, it is one of the most common symptoms of problems with an automatic transmission.You hop into your car, turn the ignition key, shift to ‘Drive’ or ‘Reverse’, and there is a seemingly long delay before the transmission engages.  A delayed engagement is a type of slip that occurs when […]

Transmission

It’s complicated! Life, relationship, your job, your house, your car, its transmission. “Power from the engine drive the pistons. These pistons in turn drive the crankshaft which drives the flywheel” Flywheel, clutching mechanism, gearbox input shaft, main shaft, lay shaft, dog clutch, the differential etc. AND THAT’S JUST FOR MANUAL CARS!!! At RepairMyTranasmission.com we’re about […]