Maserati vehicles employ a sealed transmission, a type of transmission designed to limit fluid loss and preserve your vehicle’s performance capabilities over time. If you’ve been doing research on how to check your transmission fluid, what you’ve heard about other vehicles probably won’t apply to yours. Don’t worry, Scottsdale. Scottsdale Maserati has all the information you’ll need to keep driving with confidence.
Sealed transmissions lack a dipstick, and trying to check fluid levels at home in Phoenix or Paradise Valley can cause significant damage to your core components. Sealed transmissions can be accessed, but this is one job best left to the professionals.
Instead of spending hours online, trying to figure out how to open your transmission and take a look, trust the service experts at Scottsdale Maserati to get the job done right, and quickly, without damaging this important component. Schedule service online today.
Models with open/accessible transmissions require drivers to check their transmission fluid levels on a monthly basis, but how often do you check your transmission fluid if you drive a Maserati? Since regular losses of fluid are much less likely to occur, you just need to listen and look for the following issues:
Perhaps you drive an older model, or a model from a different manufacturer. In the event that your transmission does have a dipstick, learning how to check your transmission fluid only takes a moment:
Your transmission is just as essential as it is complex. It’s responsible for shifting the gears that move your vehicle forward, ensuring even acceleration and reliable performance. Here’s what you should know about transmission fluid if you want to keep yours in great condition:
Whether you need to have your transmission fluid checked or you’re worried about a potential issue with the transmission in your vehicle, our service center can help. We’re easy to reach from Paradise Valley or Chandler, and we offer a wide range of service specials to help you save.