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Transmission Service Every 20,000 To 25000 Miles.
Why Automatic Transmission Fluid Wears Out!
An automatic transmissions generates a lot of heat through friction and it doesn't take long for the (ATF) to
heat up once the vehicle is in motion. The normal temperature range of which most transaxle fluids are designed to operate is about 195 degrees fahrenheit. Elevated temperatures cut the life of the fluid. To be safe service your transaxle once a year or every 20,000 miles and always refer to the vehicles owners manual for service and warranty instructions. Routine servicing is the single most important aspect of extending the life of your transmission or transaxle.Overheating causes 90% of all transaxle failures according to the industry feedback and most of them can be blamed on worn out fluid that should have been replaced.
Ask for Lubegard to protect you transmission.
Automatic Transmission Fluid
|TRANSMISSION FAILURES DUE TO ELEVATED TEMPERATURES|
|195 Degrees fahrenheit||Normal operating temperture|
|220 Degrees fahrenheit||Danger|
|240 Degrees fahrenheit||Danger|
|260 Degrees fahrenheit||Failure at 15,000 miles|
|295 Degrees fahrenheit||Failure at 4,000 miles|
|315 Degrees fahrenheit||Failure at 2,000 miles|
Neglect and overheating causes 90% of all transmission & transaxle failures per industry feedback and most of them are due to worn out transmission fluid. Regular transmission service can help avoid major transmission repairs
San Diego Clutch Repair and Service. The clutch repair specials include all four pieces of the clutch, resurfacing of the flywheel and labor. Service the clutch on a regular basis to avoid clutch repairs.