Transmission Repair

Transmission Repair

Transmission Repair

Transmissions are one of the most important parts of your vehicle. Whether your vehicle has an automatic transmission or a manual transmission, this component is what makes your car move forward. The transmission works to send the power from the internal combustion engine to the wheels. There are two different types of transmissions that work differently:

Automatic Transmission

  • Automatic transmissions shift gears by themselves based on throttle response, vehicle load weight, and speed. 
  • CVTs, or continuously variable transmissions, are newer transmissions used in smaller cars and hybrid vehicles. Instead of using gears, they use a pulley system to give power to the wheels.

Gone are the days of automatic transmissions with a dipstick. AVator's Automotive Solution 3 has the tools and expertise needed to check your fluid level and condition.

Manual Transmission

  • Manual transmission requires the driver to use the clutch and gear shift to change the gears manually, depending on the speed and acceleration of the vehicle.

Signs You May Need a Transmission Repair

There are many different signs that there are issues with your vehicle’s transmission. If you experience any of these problems while driving your vehicle, come to AVator's Automotive Solution 3, where our technicians can properly diagnose and treat it.

Grinding when changing gears: If you are changing gears in your manual transmission and notice a grinding noise, there is some underlying issue that needs to be looked at. For automatic transmissions, if you notice your vehicle shaking, it is a sign that there is something wrong with the gears.

Problems with shifting gears: A normal transmission allows you to change gears smoothly without any difficulty. If there is any hesitation, jerking, and/or the gears change without you doing so, the transmission needs to be fixed.

Unusual noises and clunks: If you put your vehicle in neutral and hear excessive noises, like clunking noises, come to AVator's Automotive Solution 3 in Goleta, where our technicians can properly examine your transmission.

Burnt smell: If the transmission fluid looks burnt and/or has a burnt smell to it, there is something wrong with the fluid. Friction from the gears can cause a burnt smell to occur.

Leaking transmission fluid: Transmission fluids are typically red. If you notice a red fluid leaking underneath your vehicle, you need to get your transmission repaired as soon as possible.

Your Reliable Shop for Transmission Repair

Whether you need transmission repair for your Yugo, Datsun, Audi, Bentley, or any other make  or notice any issues with your transmission, you need to get it repaired as soon as possible. Make AVator's Automotive Solution 3 in Goleta the place you go to fix your transmission. We have been in business since 1998, and our Reliable technicians have years of experience working on transmissions on many different vehicles. We will get your car back in shape and take care of it to keep you safe on the road and ensure that there won’t be any future problems.

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If you are in the Springfield, MT, Springfield, OR, Springfield, MO area, or nearby, don't hesitate to schedule an appointment with AVator's Automotive Solution 3 either online or by giving us a call at 805-202-9156. AVator's Automotive Solution 3 - The Best Quality, at the Best Price, in the Best City... Period.

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We are a Digital Shop

The AVator's Automotive Solution 3 technicians use the latest technology to not only tell you if there are any issues with your vehicle, but show you. If we uncover an issue the photo will be e-mailed to you for your records. At the end of every visit you will receive a detailed report regarding the general health of your vehicle. Our #1 goal is to keep you safe on the road.

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