Don’t Believe These Transmission Repair Myths

When it comes to transmission repair, there are many myths and misconceptions floating around out there. Performance Auto Repair is here to bust these myths and set the record straight about transmission repair.

The Truth About Transmission Repair

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Myth: When your transmission is rebuilt, everything in your transmission will be new. Actually, when you have this type of transmission repair, you won’t have all new parts in your transmission. Some of the original parts will still be there.

Myth: If your transmission stops working well, the best solution is to replace it. The truth of the matter is that transmission repair is often a smarter choice for many drivers. A brand new transmission could cost you thousands of dollars. Transmission repair to rebuild your transmission is probably going to be a more cost-effective option.

Changing your transmission fluid can eliminate the need for question repair. The truth is that is you already have transmission problems and need transmission repair, it is unlikely that adding or changing your transmission fluid will make a difference. In some cases, changing your transmission fluid can actually amplify any transmission problems that you might be having. If what you really need is transmission repair, it is a waste of time and money to change the transmission fluid and hope that the unit starts working better.

Get the Transmission Repair You Need Now

If you notice transmission problems, it is important to have your vehicle inspected by a team of experts who are qualified to diagnose and repair transmission issues. The team at Performance Auto can provide the transmission repair you need to keep your car on the road.

Are you ready to learn about how we can help you get the transmission repair you need? Call us today at (334) 245-6600 for more information!

Proudly serving Montgomery, AL and its surrounding areas.

Comments

  1. When you rebuild a transmission, most of the original parts are still there like you said. The things that will be changed are likely the bearings, seals, and other delicate parts. It is important to have your transmission properly diagnosed. You don’t want to spend a lot of money on something that could of been easily fixed.

  2. Thanks for sharing this advice! I had no idea that repair can be just as good an option as replacement. It looks like it really depends on the problem that the transmission is having, though. I think that it is important to hear from a professional first, though, before deciding to replace or repair.

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