The transmission fluid in your car is an essential part of the overall system. Your vehicle cannot operate as it should when you are low on transmission fluid. This video explains the four indications that your car requires transmission fluid.
Your transmission may have a leak if you see a tiny pool or isolated patches of red or brown liquid beneath your car. The leak may result from a damaged seal or gasket, a faulty drain plug, or the gearbox pan.
If your car’s transmission fluid is low, you will experience a slight delay after shifting into reverse or drive. The immediate shifting of gears is problematic if there is insufficient pressure in the transmission fluid.
Your vehicle’s response will be exceedingly sluggish if the transmission fluid contains dirt or other contaminants. When that occurs, changing your gear will force the car gears to move too quickly or slowly while driving.
If you do not have a sufficient amount of transmission fluid, your transmission will begin to overheat very rapidly, owing to the increased friction that occurs when moving parts rub against one another. The burned transmission fluid may give off a pungent odor, and smoke might even emerge from the region around the transmission.