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The transmission may well be one of the most complicated and important
components of your vehicle. Its primary function is to transmit the rotation of the
engine’s crankshaft to the wheels. It also controls the levels of power and speed
that are sent to your tires. In other words, without it, you would sit in your car with
the engine running, but going nowhere.
Transmissions, like any other car system, require regular inspection and servicing.
Even though the manufacturer claims you have lifetime transmission oil under the
hood, you must service your transmission when due, for its longevity. Consult
your owner’s handbook to know when your vehicle’s transmission needs
What is a Transmission Service?
The primary aspect of a transmission service is fluid replacement. There are two
main kinds of service you could perform for your transmission: a fluid flush and a
Avoid Transmission Failure with Routine Maintenance
It is important to note that a transmission flush or fluid change is a preventative
maintenance item, not corrective. Odds are very high that transmission symptoms,
such as strange smells, delayed engagement, check engine light, transmission fluid
leak, and grinding or odd sounds are due to some type of failure inside the
transmission that could arise from lack of maintenance. The best way to avoid
transmission problems, which can be expensive to correct, is to keep it healthy.
If you know it’s time to get your transmission serviced, or you just want to make
sure it’s in tip-top shape, let us take a look at it. Our experts can help you
determine whether you’ll need a transmission flush or change so your vehicle and
transmission can perform at the optimal level and ensure a safe and comfortable
ride for you.