Transmission Service

  1. Inspection: We'll begin by visually inspecting the transmission system, including the transmission fluid, seals, gaskets, and any external components, to look for signs of wear, damage, or leaks.

  2. Fluid Check: We'll examine the transmission fluid's level, color, and smell. Healthy transmission fluid should be clean and clear, with a reddish hue and a slightly sweet odor. If the fluid is dark, cloudy, or has a burnt smell, it may need to be replaced.

  3. Fluid Replacement: If necessary, we'll drain the old transmission fluid and replace it with new, high-quality fluid. Regularly changing the transmission fluid helps protect the transmission's internal components, reduces friction, and improves shifting performance.

  4. Filter Replacement: Some vehicles have a transmission filter that helps catch debris and contaminants in the fluid. If your car has one, we'll replace it as needed to maintain optimal transmission function.

  5. Gasket and Seal Inspection: We'll inspect the gaskets and seals that help prevent transmission fluid leaks. If any are damaged or worn, we'll replace them to ensure your transmission remains well-lubricated and leak-free.

  6. Transmission Adjustment: Depending on your vehicle's make and model, we might need to adjust the transmission's bands or clutch components to ensure smooth and proper shifting.

  7. Test Drive: After completing any necessary repairs or adjustments, we'll take your car for a test drive to ensure the transmission is working as it should and that your vehicle shifts smoothly and efficiently.

The specifics of a transmission service can vary depending on the make and model of your foreign car, as well as its age and overall condition. Regular transmission maintenance is essential for your vehicle's performance and longevity, so it's a good idea to have it checked periodically by a professional auto mechanic.