Your cars transmission is one of the most important parts to any vehicle. Without it, the power from your engine will never reach the wheels, leaving your car useless. Over time, the fluid and filter in your transmission will start to wear down.
Some of the common signs of transmission problems could be one or more of the following: Fluid Leak. Delay or Lack of Response. Dragging Clutch. Shaking or Grinding. Slipping Gears. Strange Smell. Warning Light.
Transmission Flush & Fluid Service $100 and up
When to service: The first transmission fluid service should be done around 50-80 thousand miles or when the fluid changes color or smells burnt. Transmission fluid is red with a sweet, strong smell. We recommend changing the fluid every 30 thousand miles after the first service. This service is for vehicles fitted with a transmission drain plug.
In line fluid exchange using industry standard transmission flushing machines
Check for contamination. If debris has built up, a transmission filter will be recommended at an additional cost
Refill transmission with 3-4 quarts of OE specified Automatic or Manual Transmission Fluid
Transmission Repair Options Free Estimates
New: Brand-new transmissions are not actually accessible from the dealer or any other source; they are only used in the manufacturing of new cars and trucks. When you purchase a transmission from the dealer you are getting one that is remanufactured. This is a significant consideration when evaluating the cost of the transmission.
Rebuilt: A rebuilt transmission is one where the transmission is disassembled and examined, worn or damaged parts are replaced and afterwards reassembled to factory specifications, along with new gaskets, seals, clutches and bands.
Remanufactured: A remanufactured transmission is the same as a rebuilt transmission except that the work is performed in a factory setting.
Repaired: A repaired transmission is one where a specific component is replaced or fixed. For example, if an input shaft broke or a solenoid failed those parts could be replaced without rebuilding the entire transmission. This includes instances where a transmission may have a leak. Often times a leak may be coming from a place on the transmission that does not call for the transmission to be removed to replace the seal.