If an automatic transmission has trouble shifting gears, it could be because the transmission fluid is low, the fluid is the wrong viscosity or the throttle cables need adjusting. If these factors are not the problem, th... More »

Proper balance between the clutch and accelerator is the technique that does the most to ensure a smooth ride. Letting off the clutch too fast is a common mistake that causes a jerking motion. More »

A transmission can prompt a whining noise if the operating system has malfunctioned, the gears are not operating correctly or the transmission fluid needs to be changed. More »

An automatic gearbox uses a system that includes fluid coupling to transfer the engine's power to the transmission and a set of planetary gears that are locked or unlocked in different combinations to engage different ge... More »

Some signs of low transmission fluid are slipping or jerking motions as the gears shift, dragging of the vehicle as it picks up speed and increase in the temperature of the transmission. More »

A five-speed automatic transmission refers to the number of gears in a car's transmission. It means that the transmission has the potential to automatically switch through five gears. More »

The five-speed shiftable automatic is an automatic transmission found in many cars that offers the driver the option to change gears manually without the use of a clutch. This option allows the driver to operate the vehi... More »