What happens if you never change transmission fluid?

1 Answer:
  • Tiger Sai
    If you don't change your transmission fluid frequently, the dirty fluid will not serve as an effective lubricant and it won't disperse heat well. This will cause wear and tear on the clutches and other parts of your transmission.27 oct 2018
  • Is transmission fluid thick or thin?

    Your transmission fluid shouldn't be too thick or sluggish. It should be pretty thin and less viscous than motor oil meaning thinner than motor oil. It is normal for the transmission fluid to get a little thicker over time through use.8 ago 2019
  • How often does CVT transmission fluid need to be changed?

    The time interval that you can drive between fluid changes will depend on your vehicle. For example, Nissan will recommend that you change the fluid every 25,000 miles. Most manufacturers fall into a range between 30,000 and 50,000 miles.
  • Is it good to change transmission fluid on high mileage?

    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
  • How do I know when my transmission fluid needs to be changed?

    Things such as trouble going into gear, hard shifts or thumps between gears, slipping or jumping gears, delay in acceleration, and strange noises such as whining or grinding are all signs it's time to change the transmission fluid.6 dic 2017
  • How do you check transmission fluid on Audi a3?

    Place the drain pan under the transmission's drain plug, then loosen the plug with a 14mm Alllen wrench. If the fluid is up to temperature and at the right level, only a very small amount will drip out, but if none comes out at all, chances are you are low.