This intimidating problem can seem costly and maybe scary to most vehicle owners. The transmission is a complicated assembly with a lot of intricate pieces.
Noticing problems with the function of your engine doesn’t automatically mean there is something wrong with the engine or the transmission. There are a lot of sensors that translate information throughout your car, these signal or operate within the transmission and overall function of a vehicle. When something goes wrong with these, it can create a series of what appear to be engine malfunction or engine failures ranging in severity.
Our advanced diagnostics tools help us quickly identify whether these issues stem from sensors, electrical connections or a system ground. If or when we do find more serious complications, we can find practical solutions ranging from new or used replacement engines.
When your vehicle starts acting up, it almost always causes a mountain of stress when you don’t know what the problem is, or how serious it is. Vehicles are complicated and made of a lot of interconnected systems and moving parts.
Some people are tempted to wait and see how the problem they are experiencing progresses before they seek assistance. This can make the problem worse. If the transmission is in question, you could cause permanent damage.
How do you know your transmission is the problem?
Check engine or warning Light
An obvious sign that you should seek assistance is when the warning light appears on your dashboard. Sometimes it might be a faulty sensor, but it’s best to get it checked out immediately to make sure.
If you notice that your transmission seems to be slipping from one gear to the next or feels rough moving between gears, it might signal the beginning of a transmission problem.
It can be hard to tell in automatic vehicles, however, noticing that your vehicle feels sluggish, hearing loud “thuds”, unusual noises, or you don’t feel the usual acceleration, your transmission may be in need of repair.
Smell something burning? Don’t panic, but schedule an appointment with CFM NAPA Autopro. The transmission fluid is likely overheating, signaling there’s a problem with your transmission.
earing grinding gears or noises coming from the engine when your vehicle is in neutral, you could be dealing with transmission flush issues. Make a note of what it sounds like, or if possible, record the noises to help us in our initial inspection.
These are all possible early warning signs of transmission trouble. Schedule an appointment and we can provide fast and accurate diagnostics.
We’ll diagnose your problem, offer the best solutions, and complete any repairs needed to get your vehicle back to normal as soon as possible.