A smooth running transmission is the heart of a car. If you are having any symptoms like hesitation, slipping gears, leaks, delay of power, shifting into gear or just no reverse. These could all be signs of a transmission problem. Repairing or replacing your transmission can be one of the most expensive repairs you may have to make on your vehicle. Maintaining your transmission according to your vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations, not only prolongs its life, but it can prevent a costly repair or breakdown in the future. Our experienced technicians can tell you what might have happened by using a test called RCI Service. Remove, Check and Install service.
To help maintain a safe and constant operating temperature, your vehicle uses transmission fluid to cool and lubricate the moving parts. The fluid reduces the amount of potentially damaging heat inside the transmission and helps increase the life of this important system. To keep your transmission running smoothly and keep your seals soft, have your transmission fluid replaced following the schedule in your owner’s manual. Worn out fluid can result in rough shifting, accelerated wear, and even transmission failure. Having the proper amount of transmission fluid is essential to the normal operation of the transmission. Transmission fluid does three main things. It transmits power, acts as a heat exchanger, and lubricates. A transmission that is leaking can have an undesirable effect on any or all of these functions. Therefore, as soon as you detect a leak, it is important that you have the vehicle inspected to determine the source of the leak.
Autolex is a Full Automatic Transmission Replacement & Repair Center serving the Lehigh Valley
Many mechanics these days would rather replace and rebuild then to put in an entire new transmission. At Autolex in Allentown, we take everything into consideration. There are over 500 parts in a transmission that can be reused and it will be less expensive to go this route. If you are having any of these problems, do not hesitate to contact Autolex Service Center. The longer you drive, the worse the problem can get, and the more it will cost to fix. It may be something simple and hardly cost anything. Nevertheless, it is better to be safe than sorry.