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Every car has a transmission—most of them automatic, some manual—and all of them do basically the same thing: The job of the vehicle transmission is to regulate the amount of power that goes to your wheels, always relative to the speed at which you’re traveling. The transmission actively shifts gears, much like on a multi-speed bike. Of course, there are some key distinctions between automatic and manual transmission, but what’s the same across every vehicle is that attending to regular transmission maintenance is vitally important.
When it comes time for transmission repair at Meineke in Tucson AZ, you’ll likely know it. You’ll experience any number of symptoms of a faulty transmission—trouble shifting gears, slipping out of gear, a whining noise or a grinding sound when you shift gears, etc. All of these are signs that the time for a transmission flush, or perhaps additional transmission repair work, is now.
As for how often you need transmission service, it just depends on the kind of car you’re driving. With some vehicles, it’s every 30,000 miles. The best practice is to simply check transmission fluid whenever you do your other routine vehicle maintenance. Meineke’s service technicians can tell you if you do for transmission repair or for a transmission flush.
Your vehicle’s transmission is essential for optimal performance—and if you allow the transmission to fall into disrepair, you shouldn’t be surprised when you encounter a whole host of other problems; potentially issues that are expensive to repair. Basically, your transmission is responsible for shifting gears, regulating the power generated by your engine. You can think of it sort of like a bicycle: You start pedaling in a low gear, building acceleration but not much speed; then, when you start coasting along a flat surface, you can switch to a higher gear and really ramp up your speed. Your transmission works in much the same way, and it can only do so when you take care of it—and that means being careful to check transmission fluid regularly, and perhaps even schedule a transmission flush.
At Meineke in Tucson AZ, you can not only get a transmission fluid check, but you can also get a transmission flush when needed. Our service technicians can help you with other, ongoing transmission repair needs, as well. To schedule a transmission service appointment, just sign on to the Meineke website—and don’t forget to check the coupon center for potential discounts! Schedule your transmission maintenance appointment with the Meineke team soon, and make sure your car is properly cared for!
Some auto manufacturers recommend that you get a transmission flush every 30,000 miles. For other cars, it’s just once every 100,000 miles. You can check your owner’s manual for a general estimate, but really what we recommend is just asking a Meineke service professional to check transmission fluid levels every time you get an oil change or tire rotation. Just make it part of your preventative maintenance routine, and stay on top of all your transmission maintenance requirements!
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