The transmission is one of the most intricate parts of your vehicle. This being said, sometimes drivers get confused about what it actually does and why it’s important. Transmissions are a lot more important than people think, and here we will discuss why. What does it do? The transmission is the machine in your car
When is it time for a new transmission? The lifespan of transmissions can vary, depending on the vehicle and how well maintenance is kept up with. With estimates ranging for 100,000 miles to 200,000 miles, it can be hard to tell when you may need a new transmission- if you do at all. Below are
There’s a long-standing argument amongst automotive enthusiasts of what’s better – manual or automatic transmission? Think of it like a NY sports fan: Jets or Giants? Yankees or Mets? It’s likely that you emphatically root for one team and detest the other. Well, that’s what we’re talking about when it comes to choosing a transmission
A lot of times when people think about car maintenance they think “how important is it- really?” Whether you’re talking about the engine, transmission, brake, etc- it is important to know what is important! A common question is “Is it important to change my car’s transmission fluid?” The simple answer – yes. The confusion comes
Your vehicle’s transmission is like the delivery man of your car, transferring power from the engine to the wheel’s axles. That power then rotates the wheels, moving your car, to get you wherever you need to go. There are two basic types of transmissions: automatic transmission and manual transmission. Both types of transmissions accomplish this
As the owner of a vehicle, it is important to properly maintain a healthy transmission. Failure to recognize the importance of this will not only negatively affect the length of your vehicle’s life but the overall quality and performance of your day to day drive. And let’s not forget the huge financial impact that is
Posted on September 1, 2016 by Transmission Technicians in Auto Repair
Transmissions are a fundamental piece of your vehicle that allows it to carry you all over the city. Here are 5 tips to help keep your automatic transmission in tiptop shape so that you can drive longer and farther! Forget to use your Parking Break Like myself, you may have believed that the parking break
Posted on June 18, 2016 by Transmission Technicians in Auto Repair
The transmission in your car is one of the most important and structurally complicated components in the entire vehicle. The sophisticated hydraulics and computer controlled electronic portions work together to change gears within the engine. The engine transfers power to the wheels in order to move your car. While transmission repair can be costly, routine
Posted on February 8, 2016 by Transmission Technicians in Auto Repair
When it comes to transmissions, it used to be simple: automatic or manual. Now, it’s a little more complicated. Transmission developers are constantly finding new ways to improve the driving experience, gas mileage, and overall transmission reliability. Here are the three types of transmissions that you’ll find in the majority of cars on the roads.
We realize that we are a unique industry and handling one of your most valued possessions. Many of us spend a great deal of time in our vehicles and in light of the recent events we would like to assure you we also are taking measures to prevent the spread of the virus in every way.
At this time, we are currently sanitizing all frequently touched surfaces repeatedly throughout the day. This also includes extra cleaning time any time a customer has visited our office. In addition, our mechanics are making sure to wear gloves anytime they are working on or with your vehicle. This is to help reduce the possibility of contaminating a vehicle and preventing our staff from getting sick as well. All keys are sanitized several times throughout the day, including on intake, after each use and at the end of the evening. As the C.D.C has recommended we have all also increased frequent hand washing and are using sanitizer equally as often. Our staff has also been informed that if anyone is feeling unwell for any reason they are to stay home.
We are monitoring the pandemic closely as well as the media for future changes. At this point and time, we are currently open normal hours. As things continue to change we will also continue to monitor the situation. In the interim, we will continue to serve you while keeping both our costumers and our employees safe.
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