Transmission trouble is relatively common, inspiring regular internet searches for transmission repair and transmission replacement. But how do you tell if your vehicle’s transmission is experiencing problems, and reducing vehicle performance? There are actually a few symptoms that are easy to spot and can warn you to have it checked before your transmission fails. Detecting the need for repair early on can save you money and protect your car from additional damage.
If you notice any of the following symptoms while driving, it’s a possibility that your transmission is having problems:
The repair process differs with every vehicle, depending on symptoms and additional customer queries, but typically, your transmission will be removed from the car, chemically cleaned, and washed. We will replace broken parts with new, updated components and perform any required electrical repairs.
Nationwide, the average for transmission repair ranges from $2,800 to $3,800, while a replacement can fall between $4,000 to $8,000. According to Angie’s List, in Atlanta, Georgia, repairs to your transmission could run from $1,800 to $2,400, and replacements might ring up at $3,200 to $5,000. However we are a smaller company which allows us to lower prices and pass savings to every customer.
Transmission fluids purpose is to lubricate, pressurize, and provides cooling to the transmission system. Overtime it begins to wear out and become ineffective at keeping your transmission running smoothly, if you notice any of the previously mentioned symptoms you may need a transmission fluid flush and replacement.