Automatic Transmission Fluid does not squeal. You have a different problem. Brakes squeal, bearings squeal, and belts squeal. Fluids do not squeal. You had better take your vehicle to a mechanic.
You add some ATF (automatic transmission fluid) and hope your transmission isn't shot. Typical fill level is found with the vehicle in neutral and running (with parking brake on!) and the fluid is warm.
need to check transmission fluid level/ or transaxle fluid level
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you may have to replace the transmission fluid and the screen but before that ask the technician to flush your transmission
the belt is probably loose or needs to be replaced, the pully need to be checked and tightened etc,
The most common problem with an automatic transmission has to do with the transmission fluid. If it is low, old, or burned smelling, it may cause problems that do not allow the vehicle to shift properly. A loss of transmission fluid can allow air to get into the hydraulic system causing multiple problems. A slip or jerk will usually indicate that pressure has been lost for this reason. If the vacuum hose on the modulator is clogged or disconnected, the transmission will delay shifting or might not shift at all, and you may hear a loud whining sound which increases as the car accelerates. If the cable is broken, disconnected or misadjusted, the transmission will not shift properly. If the linkage is misaligned or disconnected multiple problems may occur. With so many components and so many possible problems, it takes experts like those here at Transmission Headquarters to properly do automatic transmission repairs.
The loud hum could be caused by some of the teeth going out on the transmission or that the transmission is failing.
Brakes are designed in such a way as to give off a loud squeel when they are coming to the end of their useful life. If your brakes are squeeling loudly and have been for a while it is a good idea to make plans to look at them.
its probably your tensioner pully that's squeeling, not expensive, if purchased at an auto parts store.
I believe your transmission is broken sir...Dont no wut to tell you.
Several malfunctioning parts on a 2004 Tahoe can cause it to make noise when put in reverse. The transmission fluid should be check to see if there are any pieces of metal in the fluid. The transmission should be taken to be properly diagnosed to avoid the need of expensive repairs.
ifs its a long loud clicking noise its the transmission solinoid pack perfectly normal this applies to a a604 transmission