Dodge is one of the oldest American automakers and has been around since 1900. They are known for producing reliable vehicles with high quality work. In more recent years, Dodge has continued to make quality improvements to the performance and design of their vehicles and has introduced the newest CVT (continuously variable transmission) to a few of their models, such as the Dodge Caliber.
At Mister Transmission, our technicians have extensive experience working with the transmission technology used in Dodge cars and trucks and are confident that we will diagnose and repair your Dodge vehicle as quickly as possible, with a repair that will last.
Dodge makes and models we often see experiencing transmission problems:
Transmission Rebuilds & Repairs, Clutch Repairs & Replacements, Transfer Cases, Differentials, CV Joints, Axles, 4×4’s, and Performance Upgrades
Dodge vehicles with a traditional automatic transmission use sensors to determine when it should shift gears, and changes them accordingly by using internal transmission fluid pressure.
A Manual transmission (AKA stick-shift, manual gearbox or standard transmission) is a type of transmission in which the driver is responsible for shifting gears by using the clutch and gas pedals.
A CVT transmission is a type of automatic transmission, however, it operates without any physical gears by using a belt and pulley system for an unrestricted range of gear ratio.