Can I still drive my vehicle if I am running out of transmission fluid or if it is leaking?

It is not advisable to continue to drive your vehicle if you are running out of transmission fluid. Contact your local Eagle Transmission and we can tow your vehicle to our shop—much safer for your transmission than driving. It is important to have your vehicle serviced while the problem is not yet that serious, as the cost of repairs can go up once the problem becomes more serious.

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How often should I have Eagle Transmission check my vehicle?

How often should I have Eagle Transmission check my vehicle?

Check your vehicle manual. Your manufacturer has stated how often you should have an eagle transmission check your vehicle. For most new vehicles, transmission fluid must be changed ever 100,000 miles, and 30,000 miles after. However, schedule changes if you use your vehicle for towing, because that will require you to replenish your fluid earlier than expected. Additionally, you must also go to Eagle Transmission for normal check-ups in order for us to see if you have missed some leakage or if the filter is already damaged. Click here to learn more about us!

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What are the signs of transmission trouble?

  There are several symptoms that you will notice if you have a troubled transmission such as: Slipping transmission Red fluid leaking underneath your car Unusual noise such as clunking, humming or whining Lack of response when shifting gears Grinding or shaking whenever you shift gears Service Engine Soon light is on Burnt smell Dragging clutch for manual transmission If you notice even just one of these signs, make sure that you visit Eagle Transmission of Rowlett right away so that the problem will be immediately attended.

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Transmission DIY – Can I change the transmission fluid by myself?

Transmission diy

Although possible, Eagle Transmission does not advise you to personally (Transmission DIY) change the transmission fluid because you might add the wrong type of fluid or more than the allowable level. These errors could lead to severe damages after a long run. That is one reason why some manufacturers no longer include dipsticks on their new models.

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