Sealed transmissions are car transmissions systems that, as the name says, are sealed up. These are systems where you're not meant to change the transmission fluid for as long as you have the transmission. Both automatic and CVT transmissions can be sealed. If you're looking for a new car and have wondered if buying one with a sealed transmission is going to cause maintenance and repair problems down the road, a good person to ask is your mechanic.
16 August 2022
While many modern-day vehicles are fitted with a conventional transmission system, some cars may have dual-clutch mechanisms that are somewhat different and may need additional attention from time to time. If you have one of these systems, what do you need to know about it? Understanding the System A dual-clutch transmission is often fitted to high-performance vehicles and features two distinct clutches, as the name implies. One will handle the first, third and fifth gears, while the other deals with the even-numbered set.
13 July 2022
You are responsible for making sure your vehicle is roadworthy. It is the reason roadworthy inspections are critical and typically conducted by a government agency. Typically, Australian motorists should take their vehicle for roadworthy inspection at five years old, ten years old and then annually. The assessment is necessary to ensure critical components of a car are in optimal condition to ensure the safety of all road users. Notably, a licenced inspector will examine your car's tyres against a checklist to ascertain their condition and safety level.
11 April 2022
If your vehicle is designed for towing a heavy load or is otherwise built for performance, it may well have an oil cooler fitted as standard. You may not be aware of this device, but it is critical if you are to keep the engine operating temperature within acceptable limits. When was the last time that you serviced your oil cooler? What type of risk are you running if it's been some time?
13 January 2022