The 4L60E Guide


3 Signs You May Have 4l60e Transmission Problems December 16, 2015

Although 4l60e transmissions are strong, they can wear out just like any other transmission. There are signs that tell you whether or not your 4l60e transmission is having issues. If you are unsure whether or not your transmission has a problem, then read on to find out for sure.

  1. Your Transmission is Making Weird Noises 

It might seem pretty obvious, but if your engine or transmission start making weird noises, then you should probably go and get your car checked out. The noises can be anything from screeches, clicks or even just a loud humming sound. These noises can be from friction of the gears because there isn’t enough transmission fluid or it could be something like a missing or damaged part. If your check engine light is blinking, then some of the gears of the transmission could be missing.

  1. Your Gears Are Slipping

If you keep trying to change gears but they keep changing of their own accord, then that means your gears are slipping. Try changing your gears from drive to reverse and if the gears shift to neutral instead, then your gears are slipping and you need to get the transmission fixed. Slipping gears can really affect the wellbeing of your car and can make driving dangerous, so make sure you get your transmission fixed as soon as possible.

  1. Your Car is Performing Poorly

If your car just has an overall performance issue, then your 4l60e transmission could be the issue. Check the transmission fluid to make sure the fluid level is high enough. If it isn’t, then you need to fill it, but if you have enough fluid and your transmission is still giving you problems, then bring it in for repair. If you still find yourself having issues with your transmission even after getting it checked out and fixed by a mechanic, then contact a 4l60e transmission specialist like 4L60E Guide.

Although 4l60e transmissions are normally considered to be stronger than most other transmissions, they still break and have issues. To fully diagnose the issues that your transmission has, you need to bring it to a specialist to look at. If you want to diagnose the issues yourself before bringing it in for a specialist, then check for common signs. If your transmission has low transmission fluid, is making any noises or if your car is just performing poorly, then these could be signs that your transmission is having problems.

You’ll have a few options for fixing your transmission. Getting a transmission repair will allow you to have your transmission fixed for a lower price and without using new parts. A transmission rebuild is more expensive and uses new (but necessary) parts. Your mechanic will let you know which transmission fix will be most beneficial to you and your vehicle. Listen to what they have to say and weigh your options carefully. No matter how you choose to go about getting your transmission repaired, your car will perform much better once the problem is fixed.


3 Signs You May Have 4l60e Transmission Problems

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3 Signs You May Have 4l60e Transmission Problems December 16, 2015