There are so many problems with electrification development. No infrastructure, no stations to charge the batteries. And charging takes too long. Also, many cars don’t match the charger, many vehicles have to
we talk about testing, we not only need to understand why we are testing it,
but more importantly, the
how do we test it. The “why” is fairly
straight forward, as we want to determine if it is still functioning properly
and that we can reuse it. The how to
test it might not be as clear, and there are multiple methods of how to test,
and sometimes opinions on how to test that are not always accurate.
Not always bubbles on transmission dipstick are caused by insufficient ATF (transmission oil) level or its overflow. Problem can be more serious. As a rule, this symptom indicates certain
faults in the transmission operation. In
most cases, transmission fluid foaming is caused by abnormal ATF levels, but sometimes it is a result of transmission being damaged badly.