Keeping your engine in pristine condition is vital to ensuring that it performs at its best. When you are looking for state-of-the-art engine and transmission repair services at an affordable price, there is no need to go anywhere else. With our warranty-backed services, your car can maintain optimal performance while enhancing its fuel efficiency. This is simply the best transmission repair in Glendale. Give us a call or bring your vehicle into our Glendale transmission repair shop today!
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When it comes to transmission maintenance in Arizona, it's important to keep in mind that the extreme temperatures in the state can have an impact on your vehicle's transmission. This is why a transmission shop will recommend to have your transmission fluid checked and changed regularly, especially during the hot summer months.
In addition to regular fluid checks and changes, it's important to be mindful of any signs of transmission issues and have them addressed promptly to avoid causing further damage. This can include the transmission warning light coming on due to initial or sever slipping of gears, delayed or harsh shifting, unusual noises when accelerating or coming to a stop, and heavy transmission fluid leaks. You can expect a automotive transmission shop mechanic to OBD scan the vehicle for all warning codes, run the vehicle to observe any noise, leaks and smoke which is common to be done on a lift.
It is highly recommended by auto manufactures and at Joe's Auto to not drive with a transmission light on. Without scanning the vehicle with a OBD scan and having a mechanic closely look at the vehicle, any issues will be unknown to define if the vehicle is having light or severe signs of transmissions issues. A driver would be considered gambling if deciding to drive the vehicle with a transmission light on or if the vehicle is not driving right..
Regular maintenance and prompt repairs can help prolong the life of your transmission. However, the lifespan of a transmission can vary depending on several factors, such as maintenance, driving habits, and the type of vehicle. In general, most transmissions last between 150,000 and 200,000 miles before needing major repairs or replacement. A properly rebuilt transmission can last just as long as a brand new one, provided high-quality parts are used and the rebuild is performed by an experienced mechanic.