Get Your Transmission Fixed By Trusted Local Mechanics

Transmission Repair Or Replacement

The transmission system is one of the most critical components of your car. It is primarily responsible for transferring energy from the engine to the wheels, setting the vehicle in motion.

A broken or malfunctioning transmission system can severely affect your car’s performance. In some cases, it may even be dangerous to continue operating your vehicle. This is why it is crucial to ensure the smooth and proper running condition of the transmission system.

But getting your car’s transmission fixed can be costly and complicated. It would be best to entrust the job to a qualified service center to ensure proper repair or replacement as required.

10 Signs Your Transmission Needs Serviced

How do you determine that there is something wrong with your transmission? Here are some of the most common symptoms to look out for:

  1. Unusual odors
  2. Unusual sounds
  3. Excessive noise
  4. The engine light goes on
  5. Unresponsive transmission
  6. Leaking fluid
  7. Clutch drag
  8. Vibration when shifting
  9. Inability to shift gears
  10. Slipping gears

Get Your Transmission Checked by a Professional

If you notice any of these symptoms, don’t hesitate. Have your car checked by a qualified professional as soon as possible. Every day you hold off on having your transmission repaired or replaced, you risk serious injury to you, your loved ones, or others.

Delaying action could also cost you more in the long run. Even if you don’t get into an accident–and the chances of that are slim–you risk causing further damage to your car. By having your car’s transmission checked by a professional, you could avoid a hefty repair or replacement bill.

Transmission specialists may choose one of two courses of action depending on the condition of your car: repair or replacement.

Professional Transmission Repair

A repair is a feasible option if most components of the transmission system are still intact. After making a thorough assessment of your car, the technician will determine which parts can be fixed or replaced to restore your transmission to its former condition.

In some cases, it may be necessary to rebuild your transmission system. This involves replacing components that have been damaged beyond repair. In any case, repairing or rebuilding your transmission is less costly than replacing it outright.

Replacing Your Transmission

Transmission replacement is the more expensive option. But it may be the only feasible alternative if your system cannot be restored to its former condition.

Replacement involves installing a new transmission system or replacing original components with modified parts. This may be necessary if original parts are no longer available or if the transmission system is too far gone for a rebuild.

Trust Only Experienced Mechanics

The importance of having your car checked by a professional service center cannot be overstated. You need a repair shop staffed by qualified technicians who can restore your transmission to optimum working conditions. 

Ready To Serve You!

Don’t wait before the problem worsens before you take action.

Call 410-655-0686 today and schedule an appointment to have your car checked.

Our Service Area

We have locations in Randallstown and Eldersburg/Sykesville, but we have happy clients all around Baltimore, including Ellicott City, Owings Mills, Reisterstown, Westminster, Finksburg, Marriottsville, Granite, and even as far away as Towson. Get the car care you need.

Call today to schedule an appointment for quality automotive repair and maintenance.

Randallstown: 410-655-0686

Eldersburg: 443-920-3784

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Monday - Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Eldersburg location open Saturdays 9am-3pm

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We Have TWO Locations:

10917 Liberty Rd, Randallstown, MD 21133

6100 Sykesville Road, Eldersburg, MD 21784



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