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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 Westmont IL, 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.
You can have your transmission inspection and transmission repair needs attended to at Meineke in Westmont IL—and doing so has never been easier. Just head over to the Meineke website today to make a service appointment. While you’re there, look for bargains on the coupon page! And of course, you can also call Meineke directly. Just make sure you don’t delay in taking care of your vehicle transmission. The Meineke experts are on call to help you keep your vehicle running just as it’s meant to!
What’s more, Meineke makes it incredibly easy to schedule a transmission service appointment. Just visit the Meineke website to request an appointment at Meineke in Westmont IL. Taking care of your transmission is important for the good of your vehicle—and the Meineke team strives to make it as easy as possible for you!
The question is, when do you know it’s time to schedule some transmission maintenance? Well, it’s good to check transmission fluid levels regularly—perhaps when you bring your car in for an oil change or tire rotation, once or twice a year. You should also schedule transmission repair if you notice any problems shifting gears, such as strange noises during the gear shift process.
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!
Schedule this service today!