Why does my transmission fluid look yellow?

1 Answer:
  • Faarihah Kadir
    There could be blue or yellow transmission fluid too. It is actually dyed to make it look different from other car fluids. The color turns gradually darker over time, indicating the presence of contaminants and dirt.25 mar 2019
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    Changing your transmission fluid regularly, especially when it has turned black, is a great way to improve your fuel economy. Your transmission will run smoother after you change the fluid, which means your engine will run smoother as well.16 may 2019
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    Changing the transmission fluid on a high-mileage car is risky. Don't do it unless your transmission is running fine and the fluid is first-rate, because it can make transmission failure imminent.11 mar 2000
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    Automatic transmission fluid does degrade over time and mileage and must be changed on a regular basis. It lubricates, cools, seals and provides hydraulic pressure.
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    1. 1) Your Transmission is Slipping. ...
    2. 2) Your Transmission is Leaking Fluid. ...
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