Transmission Repair Service in Allen, TX
Our Transmission Work is Guaranteed!
When your vehicle starts jerking, you will need experts dedicated to transmission services, and you can find that at Aloha Auto Repair & Wash. We care about keeping your car on the road for a long time to come.
Our technicians triple check every job before they turn it in. If we find anything that is below par, we will start from scratch until it meets our standards of quality. The transmission is like the heart of the engine and is responsible for supplying power to the other parts of the vehicle. It has 800 different parts and only expert mechanics (like the Aloha Auto Repair & Wash technicians) can correctly diagnose and help you work on it in an effective and efficient way.
Transmission service is a routine maintenance aimed at inspecting the health of your vehicle’s transmission while also performing a transmission fluid flush- i.e. the removal of the transmission fluid through a drain plug after which new transmission fluid is added (and cleaning solutions). These are done after grime and sludge has been removed using a special machine.
Sump Removal, Examination, & Cleaning
Field Cleaning & Replacement
New Pan Gasket Re-Installation
Old Fluid Draining with High Quality ATF Replacement
Friction Modifier & Additive Package Specific to Your Vehicle
Why is Continual Transmission Maintenance Important?
Transmission service is like replacing the engine oil in your vehicle. It benefits to cleanse your transmission, which helps to reduce the strain on the numerous components within the transmission, thereby extending its lifespan. There are several reasons why it is necessary to change your vehicle’s transmission fluid. Most of which revolve around the possibility of your vehicle breaking down due to a transmission problem that was overlooked or ignored. When your transmission fluid is changed, every buildup of clutch material particles, metal shavings and other materials (which block passage between moving parts causing wear on your transmission) that might have taken place will also be removed. The remnants in your transmission can also pollute the fluid over time, thereby putting unnecessary stress on it.