Gearbox Problems-Troubleshooting

Automatic gearbox Troubleshooting: Trouble Shifting Gears

 

 

Your vehicle may have an Automatic gearbox problem if:

Your Automatic Gearbox is not staying in gear or shifting (changing gears) is harsh or delayed.

 

 

This is a relatively common problem, and it could be caused by any of

a number of possibilities:

An internal automatic gearbox repair may be necessary if parts are worn or damaged within

the automatic transmission.

 

External controls for the automatic gearbox may simply need adjustment.

 

External controls may need replacement.

 

External components may need adjustment or replacement.

 

 

Today’s cars are controlled by computers therefore it takes an automatic gearbox expert to properly diagnose your problem. These problems should not be ignored—the longer they continue, the more damage may be caused. Before your vehicle becomes inoperative, bring your car to us for an external diagnostic service. Our comprehensive process begins with a series of tests to narrow down exactly what your problem might be. This examination will help determine if you have an external problem or if you possibly have another type of malfunction. The external diagnostic Service includes putting your car on a lift, examining the external controls and fluids and road testing your vehicle. If you have an external problem our specialists can ensure that the problem is dealt with efficiently before it becomes more serious. If the certified technician uncovers a more serious malfunction then we will discuss with you and provide the best possible advice for other services that may be necessary to get your vehicle back on the road as soon as possible.

 

 

Automatic gearbox Troubleshooting: Automatic gearbox Seems To Be Slipping

If the automatic gearbox slips between gear changes, this is likely an automatic gearbox problem. An automatic gearbox is designed to hold effortlessly in each gear at predetermined speeds. If you move the selector for your automatic gearbox to “Drive” and the engine seems to be racing ahead that is another common problem for an automatic gearbox. We can help determine which of the following possibilities could be causing the problem.

 

An internal automatic gearbox repair may be necessary if parts within the automatic gearbox are worn or damaged.

External controls for the automatic gearbox may simply need replacement or adjustment.

 

Electrical controls or components may need adjustment or replacement.

 

The Automatic gearbox fluid level may be too low or there is insufficient fluid pressure.

 

Today’s cars are controlled by computers therefore an expert can properly diagnose this problem. The right diagnosis can save you time and potentially a substantial amount of money. These problems require immediate attention—the longer they continue, the more damage may be caused.

Why not bring your car in for an external diagnostic service. We will endeavour to get your vehicle back on the road as soon as possible.

 

 

Automatic gearbox Troubleshooting: Noise In The Automatic gearbox

 

If there is a strange noise coming from your automatic gearbox, it may indicate that automatic gearbox parts are worn out.

When clean automatic gearbox fluid is used to lubricate the moving parts,automatic gearboxes are virtually free of noise.

 

Tracking down the source of the noise can be complicating therefore, unlike many other repair facilities, we are experts in all systems in your car and can perform both external automatic gearbox diagnostics as well as a complete car check.

 

Your vehicle may also have an automatic gearbox problem if:

 

There is a buzzing noise from the automatic gearbox.

There is a clunking sound from under the vehicle when you change gears.

 

Trained automatic gearbox technicians at Allcar Automatics can help determine if it  is an automatic gearbox problem, and suggest the following possibilities that could be causing the problem:

 

An internal automatic gearbox repair may be necessary if parts within

the automatic gearbox are worn or damaged.

The automatic gearbox fluid is low, dirty, or the incorrect type.

Electrical components or external controls for the automatic gearbox

may simply need adjustment or replacement.

 

Bring your car to us for an External Diagnostic Service. We will endeavour to get your vehicle back on the road as soon as possible.