Transmission Repair

You’re planning a weekend getaway. The car is packed and everyone is in and ready to go. But, when you turn the key and try to put the car into gear, there is a grinding noise, and you realize that you’re not going anywhere.

Now What?

When your car is not cooperating, the fun and exciting road trip that you’ve been planning can be ruined. Don’t risk the heartache and headache of your car breaking down before or during your trip. Call Super-tune Auto Service . We promise to get you on the open road and keep you moving.

What Are The Signs That There Is A Problem With My Auto Transmission?

You don’t need to be a certified auto technician to determine that something has gone haywire with your transmission. There are a number of tell-tale signs that there could be something wrong.

Transmission Flush

Today, transmissions are extremely sophisticated. Old and dirty transmission fluid could send you to the side of the road very quickly if you are not careful. It is important to take care of your transmission. In the past, the preventative care was changing the fluids and filter when necessary. This particular practice was to remove the transmission pan and replace the filter and what fluid came out in the pan. The issue with that practice is that you may only replace 3-5 quarts out of the possible 15 quarts in the transmission. That’s like only changing 1/5 quarts during a standard 5 quart oil change. A completed transmission flush replaces all the fluid and gives long term protection and reliability. As you may know transmission repairs can be very expensive, so think of this service as a good investment or call it proper preventative maintenance.
If you are experiencing any of the signs of a looming transmission failure, bring your vehicle to Ultra Tune Automotive Service and allow one of our certified mechanics to assess the problem. Transmission problems can escalate quickly. Identifying and repairing your automotive transmission before matters get worse will save you a significant amount in repair costs.