(803) 324-3999


Reliable Transmission Service

703.5 N Anderson Rd

Rock Hill, SC 2973

(803) 324-3999

For Transmission Repair Only a Transmission Specialist Will Do – Rock Hill, SC

Reliable Transmission Service Blog

13 December 2013 Bookmark and Share

You may not be a mechanic, but if you think there might be a problem with your car’s engine, you are probably right. If your car all of a sudden does not sound or feel right, you most likely have an issue. If it is a transmission problem, then you want to see an actual transmission repair specialist, not just any mechanic.

Transmission repair is a specialized field. This is not a tune up or a simple tire rotation. For a mechanic to be certified in transmission repair over 100 more training hours are required and 1000’s more hours in hands on experience. After all that is complete, there is then an exam in order to become certified as a transmission specialist. These requirements alone are reason enough to seek out a certified transmission mechanic for transmission repairs.

Your transmission is the connection between your engine and your wheels. But it isn’t just that simple, there is quite a bit in-between. So, what are the symptoms of transmission issues and problems? Illuminated engine light, strange noises, slipping gears, delayed shifting, leaking pink transmission fluid, lack of- or fluctuating power among other things. If your car is suffering from any of these problems, transmission repair may be in your car's future.

However, the check engine light is not always an indicator of transmission issues. However, that combined with noises or any of the other above listed issues, may signify the need for transmission repair.

These are just a few common indications of transmission problems. As the owner, you drive you're car every day and you'll notice if something doesn't sound or feel quite right. Don't hesitate to bring your car in to be looked at by a trusted mechanic or transmission repair specialist. Where cars are concerned, it's definitely better to be safe than sorry!

You drive your car regularly. If you sense that something is not right, see an auto mechanic right away. But if transmission troubles have been diagnosed, only a certified transmission mechanic should treat your car. For more information on transmission repair in Rock Hill, SC, contact Reliable Transmission Service.

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