Transmission Fluid Resolutions

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As we head into a new year, think about the resolutions for your vehicle!

Just like you want to eat better and exercise more for your body, your vehicle needs the same boost of maintenance to keep it running strong.

One of the best ways to do this is with a regular fluid flushes. Your oil is not the only fluid that requires attention – transmission fluid plays an important role in keeping your vehicle performing its best.

Transmission fluid should be checked regularly as part of your vehicle’s inspection. Just like motor oil, the transmission fluid can become spent, contaminated, and thick over time. When this happens, the fluid no longer flows smoothly through the transmission.

This can cause damage to the many moving parts and components within the transmission. If there is not enough lubrication, the moving parts begin to rub against each other. Contaminants within the system can speed up this process.

Ignoring a transmission fluid flush can cause extensive damage and possibly lead to a full transmission rebuild.

This year, don’t ignore the resolutions that can keep your vehicle running smoothly and safely on the roads in Galva, KS.

A transmission fluid flush is vital to the maintenance of your transmission and the vehicle as a whole. These do not need to be performed as often as an oil change, usually, but are just as important to the health of your vehicle. Check your owner’s manual for the right schedule, and remember that this is the minimum guideline.

When you bring your vehicle into Nightingale Transmissions, our ASE-Certified technicians will check your transmission fluid. With a transmission inspection our expert technicians will be able to catch warning signs and potential issues early before they lead to costly transmission damage.

We’ll also keep track of your maintenance schedule for you so you never miss a critical flush. Keep your car care resolutions this year – call our team at 620.654.3445.

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