Transmission and Clutch Repair – Dallas, TX

Best Transmission and Clutch Repair – Dallas, TX

Transmission repair is often necessary when the transmission fails. There are two types of transmissions: automatic and manual clutches, with many small moving parts in both systems.

Manual Transmission- The manual transmission is similar to automatic vehicles but has a clutch instead of a torque converter. It is used in vehicles that do not have an automatic transmission, including most trucks with heavy towing capacity.

A standard manual transmission consists of three main parts: the input from the engine connected to a clutch assembly and bellhousing that houses a gear stick and a secondary shaft where gears are selected using a shifter.

 

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  • Automatic Transmission

    The automatic transmission also contains many small moving parts that can become worn or broken, but in an automatic transmission they are lubricated by the transmission fluid. Automatic transmissions work in much the same way as manual ones, except that when the driver selects a gear with the transmission lever, an automatic one will also change the engine speed to suit.

    The input shaft is linked to the engine and the gearbox so the speed of the vehicles changes according to how much it is accelerated. A standard automatic transmission also consists of these parts, in addition to a torque converter and hydraulic control system , which automatically change gears when required with no action from the driver except to control the speed of the vehicle.

    Transmissions Service from Mobile Mechanic Of Dallas

    Transmissions are one of the most complex parts in a vehicle, which is why it can be difficult to repair them without professional equipment and training. The transmission system transmits power from an engine's crank shaft to the other moving parts within your vehicle.

    The team at Mobile Mechanic Of Dallas understands that even the smallest issue with your car should be addressed as soon as possible to avoid bigger problems in the future. With more than 30 years of experience, they are equipped with the tools and expertise needed to take care of any problem that may arise. Whether your vehicle needs a major or minor repair, their team can handle it all quickly and affordably, so you can get back on the road in no time.

    For quality transmission service that is sure to last, be sure to give the friendly professionals at Mobile Mechanic Of Dallas a call today.

    Car Transmissions Issue Symptoms

    A car transmission is a mechanism for delivering power from the engine to the wheels. Although, your vehicle may run without a transmission, it is more efficient and will last longer if left in good working order.

    Symptoms of a bad transmission or clutch may include:

    The car won't go into gear or takes a long time to engage.

    Rough shifting between gears.

    Burning smell coming from the car.  A popping, thumping, or banging noise may be present when driving.

    A grinding of metal on metal occurs while trying to shift gears.

    Vehicles unable to move when in gear, backfires when shifting gears, slipping out of gear, grinding noises while the vehicle is moving and vehicles that overheat when idle.

    For quality transmission service that is sure to last, be sure to give the friendly professionals at Mobile Mechanic Of Dallas a call today.

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  • Common problems with transmission

    Common transmission problems are worn clutches, needle roller bearing that can cause noise while vehicle is in motion. A less common but potentially more serious problem is gear synchronizers which make the gears spin and rotate at same speed so you don't hear any grinding or other noises from your car's engine compartment

    These different types of maintenance for automatic transmissions should be done periodically (every three to five years) depending on driving style as well as how much time has passed since last professional job was performed by an automotive technician.

    Instead if DIYing it yourself without proper tools; this will lead not only increased risks with doing things wrong such as cross threading bolts during installation process but also higher chances something else might go wrong like damaging one o theu transmission lines or fluid have been spilled that will lead into quite expensive repair, so if you have to drive a lot for work it's not the best idea to go for an DIY approach.

    Transmission flush and fluid change

    This particular operation involves draining the used fluid from the transmission pan , replacing it with new fluid and verifying that all contaminates have been removed. Transmission fluid is one of the most important fluids in your vehicle. It contains multiple additives that are crucial to the proper operation of the transmission, steering, braking and antilock brake systems.

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