What happens when overfilling a transmission?

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When a person overfills a transmission the transmission can exhibit some troubling signs. Hard shifting can occur, seals can start breaking causing leaks, parts are worn out faster.
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Overfilling the transmission fluid will not cause permanent damage to your car. It can cause some changes you may notice. Frothing and leaks are the symptoms of an overfilled transmission
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Depends upon the model of transmission. On some, it is no big deal, on others, the fluid will foam and possibly shoot out of the filler tube. Others, it will cause the transmission
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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
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