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VIDEO: Replacing A CVT Isn’t The Only Option

There are products in the aftermarket that specifically address CVT issues such as leaks, noise, slipping and hesitation.

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When it comes to the continuously variable transmission (CVT), it seems drivers tend to either love it or hate it. 

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With “stepless” gear ratios, the CVT doesn’t shift. Instead, it delivers a smooth progression through the range of speeds.  For those purists who love the sound and feel of upshifting and downshifting, a CVT isn’t going to be their cup of tea.   

But it’s safe to say that ALL drivers hate CVTs in one specific situation – and that’s when they fail. 

CVTs are more complex and specialized than a standard automatic transmission, and repair costs often are very expensive. When they’re faced with a $4,000 bill for replacing a CVT, many vehicle owners simply throw in the towel and start looking for a new car. 

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The good news is not all transmission trouble has to break the bank or force the owner to part ways with their vehicle.  

This video is sponsored by Bar’s Leaks.

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