A person can determine if their transmission is slipping by watching the revolutions per minute, or RPM, gauge. If the gauge reads more than 3,500, it can indicate a slipping transmission. More »

A slipping transmission is frequently caused by a problem with the vehicle's transmission fluid. Additionally, important components of the transmission, particularly the bands, may be worn or broken. Transmission slippag... More »

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The most common signs that a transmission is slipping include the revolutions-per-minute gauge being above 3,500, the car taking too long to coast or a delay in acceleration. Common causes of a transmission slip range fr... More »

An RPM gauge, also known as a tachometer, measures engine speed in revolutions per minute. Begin by selecting a location to place the tachometer, and install it using components that come with the kit. Drill a hole in th... More »

The most common signs that a transmission is slipping include the revolutions-per-minute gauge being above 3,500, the car taking too long to coast or a delay in acceleration. Common causes of a transmission slip range fr... More »

As of 2015, maximum torque values for Cummins ISX truck engines range from 1450 pound-feet at 1200 revolutions per minute for the ISX 400, to 2050 pound-feet at 1200 RPM for the ISX 600. ISX engines labeled "ST" feature ... More »

RPM is the acronym used for revolutions per minute. It measures the number of revolutions completed in one minute around a fixed axis, giving the speed of a mechanical component. It is commonly used to describe the perfo... More »