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Is my transmission bad?

Is my transmission bad?

Todays vehicles are more complicated than ever.  Systems are interdependent which means that they share data to calculate normal operation.  So todays transmissions can seemingly be operating incorrectly BUT be caused by something outside and totally unrelated to the transmission itself.  This is why proper diagnosis from a transmission specialty shop like Broadway Transmission is crucial.Some things that can cause your transmission to run incorrectly and not be a bad transmission are:                  1. Speed Sensor,  2. Throttle Position Sensor  3. Short term and Long term fuel trim  4. ECM, PCM, TCM or ABS faults  5. Shorts to power or ground in any system sharing wiring with the transmission  6. Believe it or not some vehicles with bad tail lights or sockets  7. Trailer hitch harness  8. Oxyegen Sensors  9. Transfer case and rear differential.  10. Ignition   11. Eng ... read more

Manual Transmission - How It Works

Get a close look at a manual transmission and see exactly how it works and what happens when you move the manual shifter in your car to change gears. After viewing the video, if you have questions or need more details, why not contact the expert technicians at Broadway Transmission and More, and then keep watching the Broadway Trans Blog where we will answer as many transmission questions as we can. Auto Transmission Care And Maintenance Tips Transmission Tips Here at Broadway Transmission and More, we do all that we can to help our customers in the York, PA area save money and avoid costly auto repairs. The following transmission care and maintenance tips should help them to do just that. Have a professional examine the transmission fluid level and condition in your car or truck before changing the fluid. Use a quality fluid and additive like LubeGuard. Use the proper fluid. Read your owners manual for correct specifications. Make sure of the proper operating temperature ... read more

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When You Thought You Saved Money, But Didn't.

You might have heard the old adage, "You Get What You Pay For". It's not always true. But when it is, it can be painful. Take a moment to view the video as Brian Winograd tells the story of one customer's plight. The moral of the story: Check all your options before moving forward

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