One of the most costly vehicles repairs you could face is related to the transmission. The transmission is one of the most important components of a car. If the transmission is not working properly, the vehicle will not move. The transmission controls the power generated by the engine when you shift gears. The manual transmission is simple to operate and easy to maintain. Auto transmissions, on the other hand, are far more complex.
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These transmissions have various electronic and mechanical components. Each component contributes to the performance of the auto transmission. If a single component is faulty, the transmission will not deliver the results you are looking for. One of the most common failures in an automatic transmission occurs in the torque converter. It acts like a clutch in automatic transmissions. Here are the most common problems related to torque converters and their possible solutions:
Overheating Of the Converter
One of the most common issues with torque converters is overheating. Once the torque converter overheats, it puts the structural integrity of the other parts to the test. If this problem is ignored, it will cause damage to the seals, gaskets and o-rings. Once these parts are damaged, the transmission may start leaking fluid or the circulation of fluid may be affected. In either case, the fluid cannot perform its function. Eventually, this can result in a transmission failure and you will have to get it rebuilt or replace it.
Faulty Converter Blades
If the torque converter did overheat once, it may develop a problem in the blades. The blades of the converter get weak and break under pressure resulting in costly repairs. If you find an overheating problem, with the converter, you should top up the fluid and check the filter. In addition, it is best to get a diagnostics expert to see if the blades are fine or not.
Improper Installation Process
Most torque converter failures occur after a replacement has been installed. Sometimes during installation, the cooler lines and radiator are not cleaned properly. This causes dirt and debris from the previous converter to affect the new one.