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Rebuilding and Replacement
of all Transmissions for all
Makes and Models

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Offering Expert Repair, Rebuilding and Replacement of Transmissions for all Makes and Models

Transmission Services


Removal of the old transmission fluid and replace it with new, clean fluid of the grade recommended by your vehicle manufacturer.


In Addition to replacing old transmission fluid, replacing the automatic transmission filter helps remove dirt and contaminants from the automatic transmission fluid.


As the transmission fluid ages, viscosity breaks down and contaminants build up, leaving your vehicle's transmission vulnerable to breakdowns. A complete Transmission flush replaces all the fluid in the transmission and gives long term protection and reliability.

Transmission Services

Can I check my transmission fluid levels? If so, how?

  • Yes you can check your transmission fluid fact, it's quite easy to do! Just follow these instructions.
  • Make sure your engine is running (unless your vehicle is a Honda). Set the transmission into "park" (or neutral with the emergency brake applied for Chrysler vehicles) and make sure the engine is at normal operating temperature.

  • Remove the dipstick, clean it with a rag or cloth, and reinsert. Check both sides to see the level - repeat several times to better guarantee accuracy. It's important to check both sides of the dipstick to prevent false readings caused by movement and circulation of the fluid within.

  • Note: If your engine has been off for an extended period, fluid used by the torque converter will have drained into the pan area (the pan area being where the level is measured), and you might end up with an artificially high level reading. Testing this level at operating temperature (except for Hondas) is an important detail because the fluid's volume expands when heated by engine activity, meaning that incorrectly low readings may result from testing an inactive engine.

  • Give newly added fluid a few minutes in your running engine before measuring again. This allows it to distribute and function appropriately, and your readings may be inaccurate in the meantime. Driving for a mile or two after adding fluid is a good way to adjust for this.

  • Keep in mind that if your fluid level is low, your transmission likely has a leak...transmissions do not normally consume this fluid!

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