Failures in your vehicle’s transmission can result in gears slipping in and out of gear and put you in risky situations on the road. An earlier warning sign may be that the transmission hesitates or refuses to go into gear when you have manually shifted or the computer should have shifted. The first step for correcting transmission problems is to top off transmission fluid levels and ensure there are no leaks. You’ll see a red viscous liquid on the ground under your engine if you have a leak. A next step would be to replace your transmission filter. But if you’re noticing a very rough idle while in neutral this could be a sign that bearings or gears have worn out inside the transmission.
Taking apart the transmission to replace internal parts is not recommended except for the most die-hard do-it-yourselfers and professionals. Getting your transmission rebuilt can be costly and time-consuming. When a replacement transmission is needed, you can save time and money by replacing it yourself with Genuine GM parts from GMPartsNow. We have transmissions in stock for makes and models going back twenty years. And because we buy truckloads of parts every week direct from the original equipment manufacturers, we can pass the savings on to you. For a guarantee that can be beat, fast shipping, and excellent customer service, shop GMPartsNow for your automatic transmission, manual transmission, transmission fluid, filters, hoses, and gear shifters.
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