Question about GMC Envoy
Transmissions that are overfull can "whip" the fluid, buy catching the fluid on the rotating parts. This is bad for a number of reasons,, It causes air to be trapped in the fluid (foam) causing a loss of the ability to transmit pressure to the apply devices, they hold the clutch packs and bands, and move pressure control valves, causing a slipping condition. this in turn causes damage to componets and a great deal of heat, also very bad for the transmission.
Posted on Jul 08, 2014
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