The life of a new transmission fluid is dependent on operating temperatures, which are dependent on your vehicle, its state of repair, and how you drive it.
Automatic and continuously variable transmissions are by far the norm among new cars, but 6.5% of cars in the United States are still sold with manual transmissions.
Automatic and manual transmissions are incredibly well built, but they don’t last forever.
Just as motor oil is crucial to the engine, transmission fluid is vital to the performance and longevity of your car’s transmission.
The good news about failing transmissions is that they are typically very easy to spot.
There are several signs and symptoms of a slipping transmission.