Transmission Shop in Statesboro, GA
Transmission Replacements and Transmission Service
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An aluminum case containing a torque converter, an arrangement of planetary gears, clutches & bands, servos, a hydraulic system, solenoids, and a valve body. On front-wheel-drive cars, the transmission and differential are combined into a single housing called a transaxle.
An automatic transmission/transaxle changes the engine’s speed and torque in relation to the speed and torque of the drive wheels. This keeps the engine’s output matched as close as possible to varying road speeds and loads. The torque converter, connected to the transmission/transaxle input shaft, connects, multiplies, and interrupts the flow of engine torque into the transmission.
Most of today’s automatic transmissions/transaxles do not require any regular adjustments. Check your owner’s manual to see if any adjustments are required, or take your vehicle to a trusted transmission shop. Owner’s manual recommendations on transmission fluid changes vary considerably and may go as high as 100,000 miles or more. For best results, have your vehicle’s transmission fluid flushed every two years or 24,000 miles by a transmission shop like D & R Car Care in Statesboro, GA. The overwhelming majority of transmission failures are heat-related, and automatic transmission fluid breaks down rapidly when subjected to high temperatures. Driving conditions such as trailer towing, quick stops and starts, ascending and descending mountains, and wheel-spinning in slippery conditions are but a few scenarios that can devastate the life of the transmission fluid. Although changing the fluid yourself is not difficult, it’s probably best left to a qualified service technician at a trusted transmission shop such as D & R Car Care in Statesboro, GA.
An aluminum or iron housing containing an arrangement of bearings, synchronizers, shift forks, gears, and shafts. The input shaft receives engine torque from the clutch disc and the output shaft delivers power to the driving wheels. On front-wheel-drive cars, the transmission and differential are combined into a single housing called a transaxle.
A manual transmission changes the engine’s speed and torque in relation to the speed and torque of the drive wheels. This keeps the engine’s output matched as close as possible to varying road speeds and loads.
Check your vehicle owner’s manual to find out when your vehicle’s transmission might require a lubricant change. The level of lubricant should also be checked at every oil change. Make sure that any lubricant used for changes or for “top-off” meets the requirements of the car manufacturer. This information is also in your owner’s manual. Symptoms of faults inside the transmission may include difficulty when shifting gears, grinding when shifting gears, a growling or whining noise with the transmission in a certain gear range, and popping out of gear. Pinpointing problems in the transmission is best left to a professional technician at D & R Car Care.