Question about 1999 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
That is correct.....the automatic transmission works on fluid pressure to change gears, and if there i no or little fulid, then this will create problems in shifting........
If it works great, but be careful to wonder why the fluid had to be topped up...if it was low, it either leaked out, so there would be eviddence of dripping on the concrete/driveway...or it is being burnt, through a vaccum leeak......both of which can be expensive.....
I would suggest a thoruogh check performed by a mechanic that you trust !!
Posted on May 18, 2011
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