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When it comes to how often you should change your Transmission Fluid you should check your car’s owner manual. Suggestions on when to change your fluid can vary from 30,000 miles -100,000 miles. It is important to change your Transmission Fluid to help improve fuel economy, maintain a smooth running engine, and avoid costly transmission repairs. Call today for our free diagnostic service!
A transmission fluid leak is never a good sign. There are several possible reasons this could be happening. Probably the most common reason for a transmission fluid leak is a bad seal. The seals are made of either rubber or metal. These parts experience very high temperatures which lead to wear and tear over time. This wear and tear can eventually lead to the seals cracking and leaking out the fluid. Another cause can be cracked transmission lines.
They are very durable, made from steel or aluminum. However, with aging and the heat they experience, they can crack. Yet another possible cause is the transmission pump. Since the pump is always working, it experiences a lot of wear and tear. This can cause the body of the pump to crack.