A manual transmission has a clutch, which is responsible for transferring power from the engine to the transmission, allowing the driver to switch gears and control your driving experience. Compared to an automatic transmission, the manual transmission is mostly made up of mechanical gears that rely on the drive to shift.
Manual transmission service is essential for keeping your manual transmission in optimal condition. Transmission fluid naturally degrades over time, which is why replacing your transmission fluid is important to keep your gears shifting smoothly. How often you need to change your transmission fluid depends on the year, make and model of your vehicle, give your local Mister Transmission in Powassan a call to find out when you
If you are experiencing any of the following problems, you should get your transmission checked as soon as possible. Recognizing these warning signs early is key to minimizing the cost of your repair as it may only require a minor repair or service
– Check engine light is on
– Clutch is slipping – when the clutch slips, the engine will rev but the car doesn’t move as it should, or sometime not at all. This could indicate a worn clutch or clutch pedal that may require a simple adjustment, rebuild or a new clutch.
– Grinding Noises
– Noisy in Neutral – If you feel your car ‘bumping’ or ‘clanging’, this could indicate your transmission fluid needs to be topped up
– Lack of Responsiveness or delays in movement
The first step is to book an appointment at your nearest Mister Transmission in Powassan. We always start with our FREE Road Test and Multi Check inspection to identify any problems with your transmission, and if any additional diagnostics or work is required. At Mister Transmission in Powassan, we repair and rebuild transmission to the highest quality standards, using state of the art diagnostics tools and technology to ensure we provide you with a repair that lasts. And, with our nation-wide warranty, you can travel with confidence knowing that we have you covered anywhere across Canada.