The fluid inside your transmission is responsible for lubricating, powering, and cooling the transmission. When transmission fluid gets too low, a number of problems can occur. If you are in the habit of checking your transmission fluid on a regular basis, look for dark, burnt-smelling fluid. On the road, any significant performance issues such as lurching, stalling, or slipping gears may also be an indication that your transmission fluid is low.
Watch this video to learn more about the signs of low transmission fluid. If you suspect that your vehicle’s transmission fluid is low, visit Dr. Nick’s Transmission Repair. A transmission flush will allow the mechanic to completely drain the old fluid and replace it with new fluid, while also checking for leaks and other signs of trouble in your transmission.