Too much transmission fluid symptoms/ how to check A/T fluid level without a dipstick

  Transmission fluid is the lifeblood of transmission. It ensures the smooth running of the engine and keeps the   transmission temperature   down since gear usually generates alot of heat. but what happens if you put too much fluid in the transmission? What are the signs of an overfilled automatic transmission? leakage of transmission seals puddles of transmission fluid underneath the vehicle foamy transmission oil transmission overheating  failure to shift properly, causing a jerking sensation what are the consequences of an overfilled automatic transmission? oil starvation  reduced lubrication reduced cooling increased frictions damage to parts damage to seals increased wear what are the signs of overfilled manual transmission? leakage of transmission seals puddles of transmission oil underneath the vehicle puddles of transmission oil inside the vehicle foamy transmission oil  tansmission overheating clutch chatter or slipping when applying the clutch difficulty pushing in the clutc

Stop and Check your brake

Like every other system of the vehicle, brake is the most vital area that you should not overlook. As acceleration is important, deceleration to stop is also important.

The following parts are taken into consideration when doing brake inspection
  • Check brake lining wears
  • Check brake fluid level
  • Check Rotor thickness
  • Check condition of hoses and brake lines
  • Check brake and dash warning lights
Also, taking the car for a test drive to detect other potential brake problems is  important.
A properly operating brake system helps ensure safe vehicle operation and control under a variety of driving conditions. Ensure to check your braking system, at least once a year.
If your car is pulling to one side, left or right, or if you hear odd noises when you apply a brake, inspect them.
Other warning signs are:
  • Illuminated brake warning light
  • Brake grabbing
  • Low pedal feel
  • Vibration when you apply it at high speed
  • Hard pedal feel
  • Squealing
Several factors affect brake wear, including
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  • Driving habits, 
  • Operating conditions
  • Vehicle type and
  • Brake lining materials

Never put off routine brake inspection or any needed repair such as "metal to metal" point, which can be potentially dangerous and lead to a more costly repair bill.

Have any braking problem? Consider scheduling an appointment with Dreamland Motor's here to have it diagnosed and repair instantly.

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