PRLog - April 30, 2010 - To schedule an appointment with with our Service Center, please contact Dave Arbogast by calling (937) 335-0068 or visit our website at http://www.davearbogast.com/
Dayton Transmission Repair
Our ASE certified technicians are trained in all stages of transmission service, repair, and even at time, complete transmission replacement. Being ASE certified personnel, they work daily with all types of transmissions (manual, automatic, front wheel drive, rear wheel drive, 4-wheel drive). Regular servicing of your transmission by a professional can save you huge future expense. As automatic transmissions become more and more reliable these days, it is still one of the easiest to break and most costly parts for the vehicle to repair.
The Modern Transmission Flush
At around 30K miles, your transmission fluid is turning brown, and oxidizing transmission fluid starts to loose its effectiveness, losing its fight with heat and time. The transmissions moving parts now start to show different deposits and areas that are gummed up, then starting to jam up valves and end up causing sluggish or poor gear shifts. Instead of taking off the lower ¼ of the transmission and taking only the transmission fluid out from the lower part of the pan, the entire transmission is flushed and cleaned with the use of professional transmission fluid flushing devices being used by ASE certified mechanics. During the flush, the torque converter has all of its old, aged fluid removed with the new transmission fluid and modern transmission conditioners added in. This helps the most vital parts of your transmission working well.
The Classical Transmission Service
The lower plate of the transmission is taken off, and the lower part of the transmission drained out. If any filters or gaskets need to be changed, they are changed. And finally, new transmission fluid is put in.