Most people who own a car have a problem: changing the transmission fluid. Changing transmission oil plays an important role in car maintenance and has a huge impact on the use and performance of the transmission, but few people understand the specific benefits of changing transmission oil. We have sorted out some of its benefits, here are its benefits:
① Maintain performance: Over time, the viscosity and chemical properties of old transmission oil weaken. Fresh transmission fluid has the right viscosity and chemical properties to help ensure proper transmission fluid use. Outdated or contaminated transmission fluid can cause rough shifts, increased noise, decreased drive, and more.
② Lubrication and cooling: During normal operation, the gears and components in the gearbox will generate friction and heat, and proper gearbox oil can reduce friction, reduce wear, and cool the inside of the gearbox through heat transfer.
③ Cleaning and protection: Additives in transmission fluid can help remove dirt, deposits and metal particles inside the transmission, thus keeping gears and components clean and preventing them from being damaged by accumulated pollutants.
④ Extended life: Regular replacement of transmission oil can prolong the service life of the transmission. New transmission fluid reduces wear and tear on components, reducing repair and replacement costs.
⑤ Fuel economy: Proper transmission oil can improve fuel economy. A gearbox after an oil change is more efficient and better able to convert the power generated by the engine, reducing fuel consumption.
⑥ Safety: The role of the gearbox in vehicle driving is crucial, not only related to driving experience but also related to driving safety. Properly maintained transmission ensures reliability and stability while driving.
Replacing transmission oil can not only protect and maintain the normal operation of the transmission, but also improve the performance of the car, prolong the life, reduce maintenance costs, and help to ensure the safety and comfort of driving. Regular replacement of transmission oil has become one of the important steps in vehicle maintenance that cannot be ignored.
What kind of problem does our vehicle need to change the transmission oil?
① Mileage: Usually, the car gearbox is replaced after driving to a certain mileage, generally between 20,000 and 60,000 miles. This mileage can be found in the vehicle's owner's manual. For the exact mileage, please consult the owner's manual.
② Using environment: If you often drive under congested, high temperature or heavy-duty driving conditions, it may require frequent replacement of transmission oil, because severe driving conditions will accelerate the wear and tear of transmission oil.
③ Aging and pollution: The longer it is used, the transmission oil will become aged due to use and heat, and at the same time it may be polluted by pollutants such as metal particles, dust and moisture. Such conditions can affect the performance of the gearbox.
④ Abnormal symptoms: If the car has abnormal symptoms such as abnormal noise, difficulty in shifting, and frustration, it may indicate that the transmission oil needs to be replaced or further inspection.
The replacement of transmission oil is inseparable from the transmission oil exchange machine. We extend the maintenance of transmission oil change equipment from the replacement of transmission oil. The correct maintenance method helps to prolong the service life and provide reliable services.
1. Regular cleaning:
① Clean the appearance of the device with a soft damp cloth to remove dust and dirt and keep the appearance of the device clean.
② Regularly check the inside of the equipment to ensure that there is no accumulated oil or impurities.
2. Filter replacement:
① Replace the filter element at the interval recommended by the manufacturer. Filter replacement frequency may vary depending on device model and usage.
② When replacing the filter element, first turn off the equipment and replace it according to the instructions in the operation manual.
3. Fluid inspection and replacement:
① Regularly check the level of gearbox oil in the equipment to ensure that the level is within an appropriate range.
② It is best to replace the transmission oil in the equipment at the time interval recommended by the manufacturer.
4. Liquid and waste liquid treatment:
① Properly dispose of old transmission oil, follow environmental protection regulations, and do not dump waste gas liquid at will.
② When handling liquids, make sure to use suitable collection containers.
5. Seal and pipeline inspection:
① Regularly check the seals and pipelines of the equipment to ensure that there is no oil leakage or damaged parts.
② If oil leakage or damage is found, repair or replace it immediately to avoid further damage.
6. Inspection and calibration of equipment:
① According to the frequency recommended by the manufacturer, the equipment is inspected and calibrated to ensure its accuracy and performance.
7. Warranty and after-sales service:
① If the equipment is within the warranty period, check the warranty clauses regularly and perform maintenance as required to ensure that the warranty is valid.
8. Record maintenance history:
① Record information such as the date, content, and parts used for each maintenance, which helps to track the maintenance history and performance of the equipment.
Through the above maintenance methods, we can ensure that the gearbox oil change equipment operates in good working condition and provide reliable services. Also follow the manufacturer's recommendations and maintenance instructions in the operator's manual.