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Why you should choose us?

We are proud to be a family-owned business and are dedicated to 100% Customer Satisfaction.

We have the latest technology and equipment for any transmission repair service on any make and model vehicle. We have the expertise to determine if a problem is electrical or a hydraulic control issue that can be repaired without a complete rebuild. Custom rebuilds, Heavy-duty, and high-performance rebuilds are available, which are all done in-house. We love working on old and new custom cars. At Transmission City & Automotive Specialists, we don’t want you to worry about anything—which is why we service just about everything. Here are just a few of the car problems we can handle, and why you should choose us over the other guys:

Featured Services

Oil Changes - Regular vehicle oil changes should be done every 3000 to 5000 miles depending on the age of the vehicle and the manufacturer's recommendation. Oil breaks down over time from protecting the engine against friction and heat and loses its effectiveness as a lubricant...
Brake Repair - Vehicle brakes get used and abused with many different driving habits and changing road conditions. The braking system is one of the most worked systems an automobile has. The pressure of pushing on the brake pedal is transferred and amplified from the master...
Timing Belts & Chains - a vehicle are designed to link the camshaft to the crankshaft which in turn controls the pistons in the engine. By controlling the timing of the crankshaft and camshaft the timing belt makes sure the engine is performing at its best...
Manual Transmissions & Clutches - need to be serviced every 30,000 to 60,000 miles to avoid expensive breakdowns and prolong the transmissions life. If your vehicle is stuck in gear, hard to get into gear, or making grinding noises while shifting you should have it looked at by a professional...
Drivetrains & Powertrains - The drivetrain of a car or truck consists of a number of parts and systems that are used to transfer power from the transmission to the wheels. Some of the components involved are u-joints, cv joints, axle shafts, driveshaft, and differentials...
Differentials are responsible for adjusting the tire speed and rotation when the vehicle is turning. The inner wheel on left or right-hand turns will need fewer rotations to complete the turn then the outer wheel. The differential will provide the proper torque to each wheel to make sure you don’t lose traction while turning.


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