Automatic Transmission Flush Service in Cleveland, GA
You’re driving down the road and suddenly your car skips, but you’re not sure why. Slowing down at a red light, then pressing the gas when it turns green your car jolts suddenly as it springs into gear. Is your automatic transmission about to go out? Will you need costly repairs or even an automatic transmission rebuild? What about the horror stories you hear on the internet!? Well if you’re located in the Cleveland, GA and White County area stop by over at Mike’s Full Service auto repair shop and we’ll be able to properly diagnose your automatic transmission. Most of the time those horror stories we hear about our automatic transmission is just that, a horror story, but not the facts.
Over time automatic transmission fluid becomes worn and the oil loses it’s viscosity to a point where gears begin to have less lubrication than they’re used to having. Depending on the model of your vehicle you could be way overdue for a automatic transmission fluid change and you’ll need a full flush to rinse out all that old, bad fluid in your car.
Automatic Transmission Diagnosis Cleveland, GA
After the automatic transmission flush service your transmission should shift like it was intended to from the factory. Old fluid gunks up the gearing with buildup in tight spots of your transmission while losing oil viscosity in the critical areas. An automatic transmission flush forcefully cleanses the old deposits from inside of your transmission and refreshes your transmission. After the automatic transmission flush if problems persist or surface it’s usually because of worn gears from not having the flush sooner in the life of your vehicle or from driving hard.
At Mike’s Full Service we’ll be able to properly diagnose a faulty automatic transmission and replace it if needed. However, this is rarely a concern with newer vehicles with proper maintenance. The most important point to remember is to perform an automatic transmission fluid flush at the recommended service time! Dealerships rarely perform this service before your dealer maintenance plan runs out and it is critical to the life of your vehicle!