Transmission Service

Taking care of your car transmission is important for its long-term health. Car owners misunderstand the basic maintenance that’s needed to keep a gearbox running smoothly. 


Transmission slipping, grinding, or jumping during acceleration when the car is shifting gears. Car shaking at any speed. Transmission fluid on dipstick is cloudy, thick or foul smelling. Manual transmission gear shifter is physically hard to move or won't go into gear. 

The symptoms of transmission problems:

  • Whining and Clunking. 
  • Lack of Response. 
  • Burning Smell. 
  • Leaking Fluid. 
  • Grinding Gears. 
  • Noisy in Neutral. 
  • Dashboard Lights.


  •  Is it safe to drive a car with transmission problems?

Driving with a slipping transmission is not recommended.  If your vehicle is unexpectedly switching gears while you are driving, this can be a potentially dangerous situation as the vehicle can be unreliable and start shaking. Another sign of a slipping transmission is the vehicle does not change gears smoothly.

  • How do you know whether the transmission fluid needs to be changed?

 If shifting is difficult, checking transmission fluid isn’t always easy. In many cases, it’s necessary to have a mechanic put your car on a lift for examination.


  • Should you flush transmission?

Yes, definitely, regardless of whether you have a manual or an automatic transmission.