What I Didn't Know About Transmission Repair Flushes and Cost

I knew oil changes are necessary around every three months (or is it four?). Apparently there a lot more to know. The start of my transmission education started last summer. It was a warm morning. Because I was late to work I decided to hurry up. As I accelerated past the burger place, I put it into third gear. I noticed a quick stall and short grumble emanating from the engine. Well, that's odd, I thought . For the next ten minutes of my commute the same thing would occur. Uh-oh, I muttered to to no one. When I arrived to work I asked Jim, the company's man's man, what the problem could be. Right off the bat he knew what the problem was. He informed me all about transmissions, even though I didn't need to hear most of it. He said the issue was most likely old transmission fluid. When the fluid wears out, it becomes less effective at its job, which is to keep the transmission lubricated, or something. I might need a transmission flush. To make sure he was right he sent me to a good repair shop down the street. I clocked out and drove over there. The Car electrical diagnostic Reston, VA mechanics were nice. First, they performed a free diagnostic test. Even before the test came back the crew already knew what the issue would be. And my co-worker was right. After the shop flushed my transmission I was back on the road, my car running smoother than ever.

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