Transmission Fluid Replacement Service

Transmission Fluid Replacement Service

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Transmission fluid replacement’s we offer

Transmission fluid replacement
Transmission fluid replacement

 

• Replace & top off fluid
• Oil change and filter
• Overall vehicle inspection

Why Perform a Transmission Fluid Replacement Every 35,000 Miles?

Automatic transmission fluid (ATF) is the fluid used in vehicles with self shifting or automatic transmissions. It is typically colored red or green to distinguish it from motor oil and other fluids in the vehicle. The fluid is optimized for the special requirements of a transmission, such as valve operation, brake band friction and the torque converter as well as gear lubrication.

Modern ATF typically contains a wide variety of chemical compounds intended to provide the required properties of a particular ATF specification. Most ATFs contain some combination of additives that improve lubricating qualities, such as anti-wear additives, rust and corrosion inhibitors, detergents, dispersants and surfactants (which protect and clean metal surfaces), etc.

Schedule an appointment with an Otobots mechanic today for transmission fluid replacement!

Why get a transmission fluid flush?

Our certified auto repair mechanics will consider the make, model, condition, and mileage of your car before recommending the necessary transmission fluid replacement. We offer various transmission fluids that are recommended based on your car’s individual needs. All transmission flush-related services include a complimentary inspection and visual brake check.

Still not sure if your vehicle’s transmission fluid needs servicing? Read our FAQ’s:

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A: A leak is probably the most recognizable symptom and should be repaired as soon as possible. Automatic transmission fluid (ATF) is the life-blood of a transmission as it lubricates, cleans and conditions the seals and acts as hydraulic fluid. Without it (or even if it gets too low), the engine will seize up and stop working completely. ATF is bright red in color, clear and smells somewhat sweet if everything is working correctly. If this is what you find on your driveway, then all that needs to be fixed is the hole.

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A: The check engine light located on your car’s dashboard is a great early indicator that something is about to go wrong (or already has) with your car, and in particular with your transmission. While the light turns on for a number of reasons other than transmission issues, it very important not to ignore this helpful warning sign. There are sensors placed in many areas of a car’s engine that alert the computer if it senses unusual activity coming from a particular process.

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A: A transmission that is noisy (goes “bump”) when it is in neutral could have an inexpensive, simple solution such as adding some fluid or changing it. This could do the trick, as it does for several other issues on this list. If that doesn’t work, the transmission may require professional attention to replace worn out parts, most commonly the bearings, worn gear teeth or the reverse idler gear.

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