Greenville Transmission Clinic Inc.


Greenville Transmission Clinic Inc.

925 Cedar Lane Rd
Greenville, SC 29617

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Transmission Clinic

Automatic Transmission Repair

Automatic Transmission Repair in Greenville, SC

Repairing Transmissions Since 1979 — Greenville Transmission Clinic

Today’s vehicles are equipped with computerized technologies that do a lot of the heavy lifting for us, and the automatic transmission is just one such example. Using various sensors, automatic transmissions know when to change gears and take out much of the work involved with using a manual transmission. Because these delicate devices are complex and have a lot of intricate parts, any repairs should be completed by experienced professionals. If you live in Greenville, SC, look no further than Greenville Transmission Clinic, where we’ve repaired automatic transmissions for thousands of local drivers since 1979. Our ASE Certified technicians use state-of-the-art diagnostics equipment and high-quality tools, so we can accurately assess issues and make the necessary repairs. It doesn’t matter if you need minor fixes or a full rebuild—we serve all makes and models, so if you need our expertise, visit us at 925 Cedar Lane Rd, Greenville, SC 29617, US today!

Signs Your Automatic Transmission Needs Service

Since your automatic transmission works behind the scenes, it can be easy to ignore it. But transmissions are critical, and major repairs can be very expensive, so it’s important to know when it’s time to visit our trained professionals. One of the most obvious indications is if your check engine light comes on, which can be triggered for a variety of transmission-related reasons. The internal computer can also cause issues, such as if the car slips between gears or has a delayed response after shifting into drive or reverse. There are other signs that may be less obvious but also indicate a transmission issue. If you hear a humming/clanking sound, you smell something burning, or if red fluid is leaking from your car, you should have your vehicle checked right away. Once you bring it to our shop, our experienced technicians will inspect and repair your automatic transmission so you can get back on the road.

How to Prevent Transmission Damages

As with all car parts, your automatic transmission will wear down with time and use. While problems will arise eventually, you can extend your transmission’s life and prevent major damages if you have it routinely serviced and adjust your driving habits. For starters, you should have a comprehensive car inspection every year to check performance and to catch potential problems. You’ll also want to have the transmission fluid and filter changed at regular intervals (generally every 60,000 to 100,000 miles). While maintenance can optimize your transmission’s performance, you can also keep it in good shape by being careful when you drive. For example, avoid changing gears if your car isn’t at a complete stop. You should also engage your parking brake when you’re on a hill because it reduces stress on your transmission. As long as you avoid putting too much pressure on it, you can keep it running for years to come. Greenville Transmission Clinic is available Monday through Friday, so if you do have problems, schedule an appointment online or by calling us at 864-246-6870 today!