Friday, 9 November 2018

7 MINOR TRANSITIONAL PROBLEMS DEFINED FOR MAIN PROBLEMS

The transmission is a power transmission machine that controls power supply. Often, the term "forwarding" refers only to a gearbox that uses transmissions and gear trains to turn speed and torque from the rotating power source to the other device.

The most common are vehicles where the transmission adapts the performance of the internal combustion engine to the drive wheels. These engines have to run at relatively high speeds, which is not suitable for starting, stopping and slower travel. The gearbox reduces the higher engine speed for slower wheel speed, increases torque in the process. Gearboxes are also used on pedal bicycles, fixed machines and where different speeds and torques are used.

It is important to note that all minor transmission
problems are resolved before they become a major problem. High gear shifting is expensive and in many cases the transmission must be completely replaced or rebuilt. Regular transmission checks, standard transmission maintenance, and minor repairs help avoid serious damage and avoid significant repair costs.


Here are 7 of the most common "minor" issues that can affect your transmission:
1. TRANSPARENT FLUID WATERS OR APPLICATION LEVEL

Regardless of whether a leak should be repaired or if the transmission fluid level is low, always make sure that the transmission contains sufficient fluid. You can check the meter. In the event of a leak, it is often a simple solution, such as a bug. In some cases, leakage may be a sign of a more serious problem that needs to be checked.


2.BAD TRANSMISSION FLUID

If the transmission fluid is dark or thick, it must be replaced, and this may again be a sign of a larger transmission problem. There may also be a need for a standard transmission service that involves filtering and fluid exchange. It must be bright red and translucent.


3. CLOSING VACUUM SYSTEMS

Vacuum lines may be lost or completely stopped. If so, the transfer does not change at all. The good news is that the suction lines can be easily restored.

4. CABLES / CONNECTIONS REQUIRED 
Connecting cables connecting the transmission to the throttle body can sometimes be loosened or re-adjusted, affecting the transmission capability of the car. Again, it is relatively easy to re-fit or reset the appropriate settings.
 
5. BAD SOLENOID
 
Solenoid valves help to replace gears. They can deteriorate. Before performing more complicated repairs, the damaged solenoid must be replaced as soon as possible.
 
6. CALCULATION PROBLEMS
 
Modern cars have very sophisticated computer systems. Like any computer, you sometimes have problems. These problems can affect transmission performance. To resolve this issue, you can restore your computer or update the software
.
7. SENSITIVE FAULTS

Sensors send data to the car's computer, but the sensors may be faulty. Fortunately, the replacement of a faulty sensor is much less expensive than replacing the entire transmission!
If the vehicle is slow or does not go up, this is probably a transmission problem. The best scenario is that it derives from one of the minor issues listed above. In any case, you want the broadcast to be checked by a specialist

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